The video has also been touted by Red State as, if not proof, then vindication of their claims that the Democrats rigged the New Jersey race via lax absentee-voting laws.
There are a few possible explanations for Allen's trouble, assuming he was telling the truth. One, he was a victim of fraud.
Two, there was a simple clerical error. The second explanation is more plausible when you consider that Mark Allen is a rather common name. It's easy to imagine an official receiving the absentee ballot of another Mark Allen and checking off the wrong one.
Late update: TPMDC's intrepid Eric Kleefeld called the Atlantic County clerk's office and found out that yes, there are two Mark Allens in Galloway. They are a Mark Allen Sr. and a Mark Allen Jr., who are registered at the same address.
"We have the younger one as having sent in an absentee ballot, not the older one, so it's possible that's a clerical error," said John Piatt, a management specialist for the office. "And that's why there are provisional ballots, just in case something like this happens."