News from Colorado: “’They were essentially offering students and passers-by T-shirts and campaign T-shirts with the impression, very clearly, that you had to go vote first, and if you voted, then they would give you free T-shirts and free pizza,’ [state GOP chair Ryan] Call said….’It’s a balancing act, there’s no question about it,” Larimer County Clerk and Recorder Scott Doyle said. “There were some banners put up, there were some signs put up, and there was some question about locations of all of those; and so mid-morning I got involved and we were able to work that out throughout today.'”
It does not appear from the story that one had to vote in order to get the goodies, which would be a clear violation of the law. We’ll see if there are more specific allegations forthcoming.