(I was tempted to use "You Can't Make This Stuff Up." But it's been used....)
Here's a headline from City Pages (a weekly news magazine in Minneapolis/St Paul): Republican Party of Minnesota forgot to put Donald Trump on Minnesota ballot. Yep, you read that right. The Minnesota Secretary of State's office put the sample ballot for November up on their web site. It included not just the Democrats, Libertarians and Greens, but 5 even smaller parties -- example: the Legal Marijuana Now Party and the American Delta Party. What it didn't include was the Republicans. Apparently, in spite of being managed by the world's greatest manager, nobody got the necessary paperwork filed -- perhaps, in part, because they hadn't even done all the selections required by the paperwork.
Fortunately, the actual filing deadline isn't until Monday. At the moment, the Minnesota Republican Party is scrambling to get the necessary alternate electors selected and their names in. Of course, it isn't clear that the state GOP can, legally, just name the alternates, rather than actually electing them as it did the electors. Look for legal actions over that.
Fun question: who ends up placing second, if there is no Republican candidate on the ballot? The Socialist Workers Party, perhaps? This is, after all, Minnesota.