Long lines and vote-changing machines weren’t the only problems that cropped up on Election Day last week. In rural Maine, according to outgoing GOP chairman Charlie Webster, “dozens” of inexplicably nonwhite people turned up at the polls. “Everybody has a right to vote,” Webster told the local news yesterday, “but nobody in (these) towns knows anyone who’s black. How did that happen? I don’t know. We’re going to find out.” This is a very serious situation. These so-called “black” voters cast their ballots in direct violation of Maine’s cherished You Can’t Vote Unless You Hang Out With White People law.