Dang, yet ANOTHER defeat for Republicans on what I will unofficially dub Blue Tuesday. This time Maine voters rolled back one of the Republicans' anti-democratic voter registration laws -- one of many enacted across the country and designed to exclude low-income voters and thus limit support for Democratic candidates.

AUGUSTA, Maine — Maine voters have repealed a law requiring voters to enroll at least two days before an election, restoring a four-decade policy of allowing registrations as late as Election Day.With 30 percent of Maine’s precincts reporting, the proposal to repeal the newly enacted requirement was passed Tuesday with 59 percent of the vote.
Maine voters restore Election Day registration, repeal newly enacted law requiring 2-day wait - The Washington Post