In key swing states, Democrats and Republicans are battling over the times, dates and places where voters can vote early. The New York Times considers the gap between the rarity of in-person voter fraud and the perception that it is widespread. Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach told the Associated Press that those who registered to vote using the federal registration form without providing proof of citizenship will be given full provisional ballots but that only the votes cast in federal races will be counted. Plaintiffs who sued in federal court to force the Montana secretary of state and three rural counties to open satellite voting offices on remote reservations have settled the lawsuit out of court. After surviving several legal challenges in previous election cycles, “None of the Above” came out on top of the Democratic Gubernatorial primary in Nevada. A Federal judge ordered that all Ohio counties must allow voters to cast in-person ballots on the final three days before an election. Under threat of Taliban attacks, Afghans vote in a run-off election to choose a successor to President Hamid Karzai and voters head to the polls in Columbia.