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Friday, 14 September 2018

September 14, 2018

National News: How to hack an election | Lawmakers warn election interference order does not go nearly far enough | The overlooked weak link in election security | Feds brief House Oversight on election security

Arizona: Voting rights groups urge court to force AZ to act on voter registrations

California: LA Co. to see additional non-English voting help at the polls in November

Connecticut: Preston voters reject moving polling place

Florida: Young Dems, GOP make case for voting college campuses | Manatee Co. SOE reaches out to Haitian community | Banning early voting on campuses is wrong, but Miami-Dade still said no

Georgia: Federal judge weighs throwing out Ga.'s electronic voting machines

Guam: Bordallo continues to push for voting rights for US territories

Illinois: Peoria Co. election commission moves

Kansas: Kansas plans to spend $4.6M on election security

Maine: LePage veto of extra election funding stands as Legislature finally adjourns for 2018

Massachusetts: Recount begins | Five days, 37 cities and towns and 89K ballots: The recount begins | Selectmen approve relocation of voting precinct

Michigan: Dorr clerk preparing response to FOIA request

Minnesota: Routine meeting avoids addressing laundry list of primary problems

New Jersey: Is new voter law sparking confusion? Murphy: It will work. Lawmaker: It sucks

New Mexico: GOP leaders accuse clerk's office of mishandled voter records | Secretary of state's office reformatting ballots | Court ruling on straight-ticket voting draws mixed reaction | Little time for new clerk to prepare for election

New York: De Blasio's son experiences voting screw-up at polling station | Former chief clerk of Brooklyn BOE remembered as loyal friend | Reports of 'mass confusion,' but also 'massive turnout' at some poll sites | More NYC primary voters find their names missing from voter rolls | Why NYC voter rolls were missing names again, explained | Voters in NYC report problems at polling locations | LI school cancels activities after sex offenders allowed to vote | Primary day anomalies likely to affect already low voter turnout | Democratic ballots run out after large voter turnout in Buffalo | Monroe Co. officials look into problems with how some ballots were distributed | Paving creates parking issues for primary voters

North Carolina: Elon Votes helps students cast ballots away from home

North Dakota: Secretary of state candidates spar over ID, tech

Ohio: Precinct workers will see hike in election day compensation | Cuyahoga Co. BOE bolstering cybersecurity leading up to midterms

Pennsylvania: New voting machines for next presidential election? Centre Co. looks to upgrade | Auditor General broadens election security efforts | Philadelphia election board workers get pay raise | Butler Co. voters could be permitted to take ballot selfies

Rhode Island: Primary draws more voters in area than in 2014, but fewer statewide | Recounts sought in four races

Texas: Woman who took cousin's identity to be deported for voting | Star Co. settles ACRU lawsuit over election database | Pecan Creek parents voice concerns over campus serving as polling place

U.S. Virgin Islands: Elections board to address candidate questions, concerns

Utah: Easier voting laws in Utah aim to improve voter turnout

West Virginia: Warner assures election cybersecurity is intact | County clerk's office receives $22K grant