The republican voter disenfranchisement plan of 2004 worked so well, the republican state legislature decided to expand the program through the legislative process to make it even harder to vote this time around. I'm gonna guess that this plan backfires in their face wholeheartedly.
I've been monitoring EIR's election incident page, and quite a few of the reported problems are coming in from very republican precincts. Now, there are incidents being reported in strong Democratic precincts as well, but these voters are in fact, used to dealing with this shit. They have had practice from previous elections.
What do you think the average moderate voter who has never had to deal with it is going to be thinking when he or she fills out their provisional ballot. I believe they are going to be thinking about a straight ticket Democratic vote. It would simply be the greatest thing in the world if this does indeed backfire on the Ohio republican party.