“Elections observers in one county reported seeing two poll workers stack unfolded ballots close to their return envelopes, which have voters’ names on them. State election code requires poll workers to remove those ballots without unfolding them to prevent unlawful ballot examination.

In another county, poll watchers noted that voters’ names and the votes they cast could be seen depending on how the ballots were folded, even though poll workers had obeyed the statute against unfolding ballots.”