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In Columbus, two poll watchers told Human Events that Somali immigrants were being bused to the polls and told how to vote by Democratic handlers. In North Carolina and Ohio, some voters reported that when they chose Mitt Romney, an Obama vote was logged on the machine. Just a glitch, election officials said.

On the bright side, this may be the most closely watched election in U.S. history, with new voter ID laws, groups like TruetheVote.org checking registrations, and attorneys from both parties standing by to challenge fishy returns.

We could see a rerun of 2000, when the nation waited for weeks before Mr. Bush prevailed over Al Gore. However, it may not come to that if Ohio is a bellwether.

Mr. Burress said his group was calling swing voters with seemingly odd results. “Why were we getting a two-to-one split for Romney? We thought at first we were calling the wrong people — but we weren’t.”

Robert Knight is senior fellow for the American Civil Rights Union and a columnist for The Washington Times.