Senators Cornyn and Schumer have introduced a bill that would expand access to voting for military and overseas voters. After Colorado Secretary of State claimed that 16,270 non-citizens were registered to vote in Colorado and 5,000 of them actually had cast ballots in the 2010 state elections, there have been no prosecutions of voter fraud in the State. Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach was sued in an effort to block him from imposing a dual voter registration policy as part of the state’s proof-of-citizenship law. A state election audit revealed Thursday that Richland County officials failed to count 1,114 absentee ballots. Accurate results may be impossible if ES&S iVotronic voting machines in comal County Texas were encoded with the wrong ballots. The Wisconsin Supreme Court agreed Wednesday to take up two separate cases over the state’s voter ID law. The Christian Science Monitor looked at the vote counting process in this weekend’s election in Honduras and Nepal began counting votes under threat of violence from the Maoist Party.