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Wednesday, 16 July 2014

July 16, 2014

Alabama: Conecuh Co. morning voting sees machine delays | Voting at Carrie Matthews | Chambers Co. officials ask owners of polling places to check 'yes' or 'no' on banning guns| Voter turnout not as low as expected in Anniston area | Open carry was no problems at Northport today | Alabama will spend $21 per vote | Merrill wins GOP nomination for secretary of state | Pelham voter openly wearing pistol casts ballot; cops called on group | Alabaster man disarms to vote at church after encounter with sheriff's deputies | Pistol-packing voter allowed in polling place | Man carrying pistol asked to leave polling place

Alaska: How Alaska Natives vote

California: Bellflower joins list of cities sued over voting rights law | Perez-Yee recount may trouble Calif. for months

Colorado: Gessler, Boulder Co. clerk certify election results

District of Columbia: City spends approximately $200 per vote cast in special election

Florida: Democratic voter expansion project moves to Florida | Legislature won't appeal redistricting ruling

Georgia: Disqualified elections board candidate appeals

Indiana: Dems and GOP prepare to battle of precincts | Election board not impressed with anonymous complaint

Iowa: More than 1,200 voters listed as deceased | Price tag for statewide runoff? At least $500K

Kansas: 60 residents to lose voter eligibility today

Maryland: Final Allegany Co. election canvass yields few changes

Michigan: Grot cautioned by secretary of state | Ann Arbor officials working to address ballot mishap

Minnesota: Court sides with Kahn in election judge dispute

Mississippi: McDaniel sues Rankin Co. clerk to see poll books

North Carolina: Election boards reject plans for 'masked voter' photo shoot | New Hanover BOE considers extending early voting hours | Wake Co.'s runoff election proves expensive

Ohio: U.S. AG to support Ohio voting-rights lawsuit

South Carolina: Head of Lexington Co. election commission resigns

Tennessee: Early voting begins Friday | Election commissioners inspect machines, discuss turnout | Franklin explores changes in absentee voters rules | The short list of those seeking Rutherford Co. job  

Texas: Travis Co. developing own elections system | Feds: Texas maps deliberately discriminated | Election judges OK'd | County election equipment could be close

Vermont: Campaigns covet early voters

West Virginia: New voting machines discussed at commission meeting

Wisconsin: US AG wades into Wisconsin voter ID court battle