On November 9, a Democratic state representative in Kansas won a court order which will let her see the names of the approximately 150 people who cast provisional ballots in her district. The preliminary election returns show that she lost by 27 votes. However, there are provisional ballots that will be counted if the voter returns to the county elections office with certain information that the voter was unable to provide at the polls. The state legislator and her campaign want to contact those voters and assist them to validate their provisional ballots. See this story.
The Secretary of State and the elections officials resisted, because they believe it violates the privacy of those voters for anyone to know that they did, indeed, cast a provisional ballot.