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Friday, 09 May 2014

May 9, 2014

Alabama: iPads loaded with voters list can help poll workers better handle precinct changes

Georgia: Polls open Saturday too

Idaho: Little, legislators endorse McGrane for secretary of state

Indiana: Low voter turnout, voting machine glitch

Iowa: Schultz says 2-yr investigation found 117 cases of alleged voter fraud | Final Report: 117 fraudulent votes found in investigation

Kansas: Appeals court stays Melgren's ruling in Kansas voter ID dispute

Massachusetts: Accessing polling places difficult for some Sandwich voters

Minnesota: E-poll books may come to Mankato

Mississippi: Voter ID remains hot button issue

Missouri: Election recount upcoming for Nixa, Christian Co. to foot the bill | Voter ID again sidetracked in Senate

Nebraska: Gale offers guidelines for smooth voting on election day | Clerks count down to primary | Prepping for the primary

New Jersey: Prisoners could vote under bill, as long as they are veterans

New Mexico: Group may not get Clovis vote on voter ID proposal

New York: Westchester LWV advocate split-shifts for poll workers

North Carolina: Some elections changes worked, others didn't | Halifax, other counties affected by state election website issue | Agency control of election website fails

Ohio: Losing candidate says poll workers' error cost her votes | Superintendent wants polling places out of schools | Voters bill of rights stop in Toledo

Pennsylvania: Corbett abandons appeal of voter ID ruling | With voter ID scrapped, plaintiffs say it's time for Pa. to expand voter access | Reaction is mixed to Corbett's pulling of the plug on voter ID law | Lehigh Valley leaders call for voting rights reforms | Wagner: Special election could have waited till primary

South Carolina: Some 17-year olds may vote in primary

Tennessee: MicroVote exec assumes blame for election gaffe | Paper ballots won't affect outcome

Texas: Residents of annexed area eligible to vote | Killeen's 3rd voting location a success

Virginia: Event set to help Va. felons regain rights