All this and more in today's voting news below...
Just How Bad Was Bush v. Gore?
AK: Judge moves Miller lawsuit to Juneau
Judge Douglas Blankenship said the case brought by Republican nominee Joe Miller raises statewide issues and that he believes it's inconvenient for the state to be involved in a case in Fairbanks, about 620 miles from Juneau.
[Judge didn't want the ballots to be moved in case they must be reviewed]
AK: Alaska certifying nearly all its election results
AK: Murkowski Gets a Write-in Vote in Concrete Sidewalk
AZ: U.S. Supreme Court to take on Arizona Clean Elections
AZ: Election canvass sets up first known recount of ballot measure
CA: CALIFORNIA ELECTION UPDATES: ATTORNEY GENERAL RACE DECIDED, OTHER NEWS http://electionupdates.caltech.edu/?p=3659 Also later today, the first eight members of the new California redistricting commission will hold their first meeting.
CO: Saguache County election problems the result of computer errors
http://crestoneeagle.com/?p=2175 Sec. of State gives the all-ok; Saguache County election problems the result of computer errors
The mandatory recount, due to the closeness of the race, for the Northern Saguache County Ambulance District has been scheduled for November 29
CT: Recount of Bridgeport ballots under way
http://www.ctpost.com/local/article/Recount-of-Bridgeport-ballots-under-way-840037.php "People think you just throw everyone in a room and say, 'Count,' " said Cheryl Dunson, of the League of Women Voters in Connecticut. "But a credible outcome is dependent on a credible process."
Guam: Guam Tabulators Imbalanced? "We Have A Real Problem!"
Guam: GEC to discuss election complaints
IN: Panel to meet Sunday on secretary of state race
State Democrats say Republican Charlie White shouldn't become Indiana's chief election officer even though he won the November race. They say he committed vote fraud by using his ex-wife's home instead his condo as his address in the May primary.
KY: Bullitt jailer race recount halted; Knox declared winner
"It was costing me too much money," Watkins said. "We just fell a little short, and to me, the recanvass and recount and all this stuff, you just need to have the money hand over fist to fight the system."
MA: Taunton officials eye discrepancy between Election Day and precinct recount vote tallies*http://www.tauntongazette.com/campaign2010/x1966826229/Taunton-officials-eye-discrepancy-between-Election-Day-and-precinct-recount-vote-tallies With the district-wide recount for the 3rd Bristol House District quickly approaching, city officials are still investigating why there was an 18-vote discrepancy between results from Election Day and the Nov. 20 precinct-level recount.
O'Connell said she was concerned that there were 18 fewer votes from precinct 1B in the recount.