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National News: Most voting equipment has been around longer than iPhones | Supreme Court upholds Ohio's purge of voting rolls | A new controversy erupts over whether voter ID laws suppress minority turnout | Effects of Supreme Court voter roll decision appear limited

Alaska: What does the Supreme Court decision mean for Alaskans?

Arizona: Arizona's method of purging voters from rolls more lenient than Ohio | Demand for recount backfires on secretary of state candidate

California: California tried a new voting system. What we can learn from the experiment | Why Shasta Co. is still counting ballots | Over 6K ballots still uncounted | New mail-in systems slowing elections | Imperial Co. closer to processing all ballots | Orange Co. primary turnout highest in 16 years

Delaware: SCOTUS decision likely won't change voter purging system in DE

Florida: Florida cracks down on potential voter fraud

Georgia: Commission to meet in Cobb Wednesday to discuss Georgia's next voting system | Counting votes calls for accuracy, not speed

Illinois: Illinois voters always considered 'active'

Indiana: Federal judge blocks voter registration law | Judge blocks plan to purge Indiana voters before November election | Commission recounts absentee ballots in St. Joseph Co. sheriff race

Maine: Last minute voter questions answered | Here's how the BDN will cover Maine's first ranked-choice election | As Australia and the Oscars go, so goes Maine? | Ranked-choice voting causes confusion ahead of primary

Maryland: Homeland Security monitoring election agencies | Election system ready for cyber threats, officials say

Massachusetts: Coalition pushes for passage of automatic voter registration

Minnesota: Voter roll purge won't happen in Minnesota

Mississippi: New voting machines draw praise

Montana: Recount for tied Gallatin Co. clerk and recorder race

New Hampshire: AG's office rules on Rindge absentee ballot complaints

New Jersey: Palisades Park provisional ballots counted tonight

New Mexico: Libertarians question counting protocol for write-in votes

North Carolina: NAACP threatens to sue over voter ID requirement | State voter ID bill sparks renewed debate

North Dakota: Federal appeals court denies state's request in ND voter ID case | Making voting accessible for everyone

Ohio: New voting equipment may be coming to Ohio's counties | Supreme Court upholds Ohio's purge of voting rolls | Kathleen Clyde would end voter purge process if election secretary of state, Frank LaRose would not | Ohio's voter purge system upheld by SCOTUS

Oregon: As Ohio purges voter rolls, Oregon is going in the other direction

Pennsylvania: Replacing York Co.'s outdated voting machines: Looming deadline, big bill | Pa.'s voter registration system will be audited over hacking concerns

Rhode Island: Early voting looks headed for impasse again in Rhode Island | Making elections nonpartisan to be on Portsmouth ballot

South Carolina: Primary electioneering claims unfounded, Millburn police say | Smiles, manners help workers at the polls; communication key for smooth election day | Official: SC voters should have 'confidence' in election | Hundreds voting by absentee ballot ahead of Pee Dee elections

South Dakota: 'Simple math mistakes' left 164 ballots uncounted after primary | Counting ballots better late than never in Minnehaha

Tennessee: Cybersecurity program will help protect Williamson Co. elections

Texas: County voting system upgrade to be complete by November | Judge denies new trial for Texas woman sentenced to five years for illegal voting

U.S. Virgin Islands: AG to elections board: Actions taken separately invalid

Virginia: As popularity of absentee voting grows, depth of data declines | Frederick Co. officials prepare for full day of action as election day approaches | Local woman pleads guilty to voter fraud

Wisconsin: Could schools become voter-free zones? | Supreme Court ruling means Wisconsin can keep purging voter rolls every 4 years

Wyoming: Would mail-in ballots work in Wyoming? | Laramie Co. Clerk Debra Lee seeks first elected term