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- Poll workers in Collin County, Texas, demanded photo IDs from voters even though such identification isn't necessary.
- Common Cause of Colorado and two other groups sued Colorado Secretary of State Mike Coffman after he purged 20,000 voters from the state's registration list within 90 days of the general election. After the two parties reached an agreement last Wednesday, Coffman purged 146 more names from the list—a violation of federal law.
- The Americans for Limited Government Foundation, a group committed to "rolling back government" at the national, state, and local levels, sent a threatening letter to approximately 11,000 donors to left-wing causes. (Thanks to James Horwitz for the tip.) The letter reads, in part: "Your name has been put in our database. We are monitoring reports of a wide variety of leftist organizations. … Should any of these organizations be found to be engaged in illegal or questionable activity, it is our intent to publicize your involvement."
- More than 3,000 absentee ballots haven't been tallied in King County, Wash., due to "signature issues"—the signature on the registration card not matching the one on the ballot, for example. Slatefounder Michael Kinsley is one of many absentee voters who had to fill out a second form.
- In Sullivan County, Tenn., voters received ballots for the wrong state House district during early voting.
- Thousands of absentee ballots sent to Gwinnett County, Ga., will have to be hand-counted because of a printing error that makes them impossible for an optical scanner to read.
- Absentee ballots sent to voters in Rensselaer County, N.Y., identified the Democratic nominee as "Barack Osama."
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