10/24 UPDATE: Per The Colorado Observer’s Valerie Richardson:
DENVER–A Larimer County official busted up the polling-place pizza party Tuesday after a complaint filed by the Colorado Republican Party.
Democrats moved their Obama “2012″ banner and other signage after Larimer County Clerk Scott Doyle told them that they were too close to the Colorado State University early-voting site.
State law bans political or campaign signs within 100 feet of polling places.
Doyle also informed them that they needed to stop offering free T-shirts and pizza to voters, another violation of Colorado law.
Democrats love to proclaim that there is no such thing as voter fraud and that monkey business at the polls never happens. In fact, CNN reported just yesterday that Clear Channel removed billboards highlighting penalties for voter fraud because advocacy groups claimed the billboards were an attempt to suppress the minority vote in Ohio and Wisconsin.
So, how awkward for Democrats, then, when claims of Democrats skirting polling center rules actually surface, and in swing state Colorado no less. From a Colorado Republican Party press release: