False Prophets of Doom Fail Again in North Dakota: “Voter ID law causes few troubles at polls”

FARGO — North Dakota’s first election with a new voter identification law in place went smoothly, state and local election officials say, but not without a few hiccups. In Cass County, just a handful of voters weren’t allowed to vote on Tuesday because their addresses were out of date, election coordinator DeAnn Buckhouse said.  More at the Jamestown Sun.