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October 11 - 13, 2014

  • National News
    National News Courts grapple with GOP-backed voting limits
    National News GOP-backed voting limits spur backlash
  • AK
    Alaska Elections Chief: Parties say what they want in voter pamphlet
    Alaska 'Over-voting" was common problem with absentee ballots
    Alaska State sends out corrected voter pamphlet
  • AZ
    Arizona Republican elections chief criticizes possible Democratic replacement
    Arizona Student leaders hosting early polling station at UA
  • CA
    California Paper is still the tech of choice for California elections
    California Quake-displaced county workers settle in Dey Labs
    California More than 8K SF ballot packs damaged, being returned
    California Padilla, Peterson avoid partisan attacks in secretary of state debate
    California Thousands of mail-in ballots going uncounted
    California Paper-folding skills will get your ballot in envelope
    California Ravaged election ballots arrive in mailboxes across San Francisco
    California Kern Co. elections officials: Don't cut ballots
    California Forum for secretary of state candidates hosted at International House
    California Registrar sees steady rise in mail-in ballots
    California Sulphur Springs to host meeting on voting areas
  • CT
    Connecticut Darien registrar reaches out to help seniors cast ballots
  • FL
    Florida Floridians back Scott's stance blocking felons from voting
    Florida Voters urged to get 'election ready'
  • GA
    Georgia Lawyer's Committee sues Georgia over missing voter applications
    Georgia Lowndes Co. elections office takes part in #PostThePeach
    Georgia #PostThePeach campaign launched or early voters in Ga.
    Georgia As early voting opens, litigation looms
  • ID
    Idaho Election official faces trial stemming from recall
  • IL
    Illinois Election Q&A: Scott Hays, Champaign Co. clerk
  • IN
    Indiana Lawson urges participation in mock election
  • IA
    Iowa Voter bus will mix politics with football at high school game
  • KY
    Kentucky Poll workers still badly needed, officials say
  • MA
    Massachusetts High voter turnout, larger ballot boosts costs for town clerks
    Massachusetts Montgomery Co. registrar uses social media to recruit election workers
  • MI
    Michigan Helping absentee voters? Or felony fraud?
  • MN
    Minnesota Not guilty plea filed in ballot burning
  • MO
    Missouri 6 days of early voting up for Missouri vote
    Missouri Boone Co. clerk pans early voting amendment
  • MT
    Montana Referendum would end election-day registration
  • NE
    Nebraska Early voting ups workload for election officials
    Nebraska Gale urges students to volunteer as election workers
    Nebraska Early voting ups workload for elections officials
    Nebraska Students could win gift card for election day work
  • NV
    Nevada Voter's guide to secretary of state campaign
  • NC
    North Carolina Rush to register keeps voter offices busy
    North Carolina Surge ends registration deadline
    North Carolina Beating the voting registration deadline in Mecklenburg Co.
    North Carolina Back to the future? City may change election year cycles
    North Carolina After 31 years of working the polls, volunteer has seen number of changes
  • ND
    North Dakota Fairfield goes on the attack towards Jaeger in SoS race
  • OH
    Ohio Voting machines prepped, tested for November election
    Ohio Marion Co. sees jump in early voting
    Ohio No action taken after elections board ends investigation into Facebook
    Ohio Union Co. officials investigating suspect signatures
    Ohio Clerk ready for early voting, Election Day
    Ohio Wood Co. to replace poll books
    Ohio Even with start of early voting, issue ordered onto ballot
  • PA
    Pennsylvania Philly official urged to rebut report he hasn't voted in years
    Pennsylvania Raises approved for election officials
  • SD
    South Dakota Sioux Falls considers high-speed ballot counter
    South Dakota Group files suit claiming voting rights violations
    South Dakota Jackson Co. being pressured to open satellite office for voters
  • TN
    Tennessee Farley: Election office staff, poll workers most important in vote administration
    Tennessee Should Tennessee make it easier for ex-felons to restore their voting rights?
    Tennessee "I Voted" stickers in Tennessee feature GOP name
    Tennessee Judge rules in favor of elections commission
    Tennessee Despite changes in other states, voter ID law stays in Tennessee
  • TX
    Texas County unveils more accessible election system
    Texas Webb Co. prepares voting equipment for November elections
    Texas Texas voter ID dispute heats up
    Texas Federal judge issues order blocking voter ID law
    Texas Supreme Court ruling could thwart Texas' appeal in voter ID case
    Texas After voter ID ruling, appeals race begins
    Texas Greg Abbott seeks guidance on Texas voter ID
    Texas Use of voter ID law uncertain as next month's election near
    Texas Voter ID case may cause chaos on Election Day
    Texas RGV elections administrator, vote promoter shrug at voter ID ruling
    Texas Texas voter ID law ruling takes election office by surprise
    Texas County officials on hold amid voter ID ruling
    Texas Elections office scrambles after ID ruling
    Texas Court filings dispute timing of lifting of Texas' voter ID law
    Texas After voter ID ruling, appeals race begins
    Texas Voters prepare for crowded Nov. 4 election with uncertainty
    Texas Vote centers to debut Nov. 4  
  • USVI
    US Virgin Islands Joint BOE is prepared by doesn't expect Legislature to fund early voting period
  • VT
    Vermont Early voting reopens in Burlington
  • VA
    Virginia Va. prepares for first election with new ID laws
    Virginia It's in Hampton's budget: $157,560 for elections
  • WA
    Washington Staff changes for Wyman include hiring of ex-TVW executive
  • WV
    West Virginia County gets set for Nov. 4 election
  • WI
    Wisconsin Appeals Court dissenters blister state's voter ID law
    Wisconsin On-again, off-again voter ID has clerks scrambling
    Wisconsin Clerks working to clear voter ID confusion
    Wisconsin Elections board halts voter education effort
    Wisconsin Elections official: Voter ID decision could save Milwaukee $50K
    Wisconsin Dane Co. clerk says no photo ID mandate means more people can vote
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