FORT COLLINS — Some on-campus supporters of President Barack Obama got a little overzealous on the first day of early voting at Colorado State University.
Pro-Obama signs were placed near the entrance to the early voting location, leading to a formal complaint by the Colorado Republican Party to the Larimer County Clerk.
Colorado election law states that electioneering is not permitted within 100 feet of polling locations.
Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler said the problems identified by the state GOP had been corrected. "Every election cycle, you'll get overzealous people who step over the line. It was fixed today."
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