All this and more in today's voting news below...
CA: Ten Great Online Resources for California Voters
CA: Fresno County ballots use wrong language for Prop. 23
Hundreds of thousands of ballots printed in Fresno County use an incorrect ballot label to describe a statewide proposition to suspend the state's greenhouse gas emissions law, election officials confirmed today.
http://blogs.orlandosentinel.com/news_politics/2010/10/absentee-voting-even-when-he-doesnt-want-to.html BAKERSFIELD, Calif. -- A voter who says she was talked out of her mail-in ballot says she was contacted again. Meanwhile, investigators are probing the case of possible voter fraud.
The victim said teenagers came to her home on Tuesday, saying their "boss" sent them to pick up ballots.
CA: City May Experiment with an all Vote-By-Mail Election to Increase Voter Turnout
http://www.ctvoterscount.org/warning-no-internet-voting-in-ct-scam-or-just-misleading-calls-to-voters/ "People have been stopping into the office to express concern over telephone calls that they've received in which they are directd [sic] to a web site where they believe they're being told they can vote online," Weber told Patch.
GA: Debate over Georgia's paperless e-voting process continues
IL: Top Official Says DOJ Prepared To Sue States Over MOVE Act Even After Election Day, Takes Aim At IL GOP
IL: Some overseas, military absentee voters get extension to return ballots
KS: Kobach, Biggs spar over voter registration records
Kansas election officials cast doubt Thursday on Republican Kris Kobach's claim to have evidence of possible voter fraud,
MD: Federal District Court in Maryland rules that rights of military voters to have their votes counted trumps Nov 12 ballot receipt deadline
NC: NC GOP sues election board over voting machines
http://www.wcnc.com/news/local/NC-GOP-sues-election-board-over-voting-machines-106308978.html Republican Party officials say they have heard problems in a number of counties. They are demanding that election officials provide notice to all voters about problems, preserve all data and track all complaints.
NC GOP Files Suit Over 'Widespread' Touch-screen Failures, Votes Flipping to Dems
GOP attorney: ES&S iVotronic 'systems should have been banned'
http://www.bradblog.com/?p=8158 Officials: Just 'isolated' probs, 'no different than every election'...[UPDATE 10/29/10, 12:22pm PT: The North Carolina Republican Party has now filed suit against the State Board of Elections "alleging that touch-screen machines are thwarting efforts by voters to cast Republican ballots," according to AP's brief coverage now here...]