Re: Ballots for elections with many races

From: Douglas W. Jones <jones_at_cs_dot_uiowa_dot_edu>
Date: Wed Apr 28 2004 - 13:50:58 CDT

On Apr 28, 2004, at 1:34 PM, David Mertz wrote:

> And 100 judicial retentions wasn't writ in stone as a number, maybe
> it's 120 (though I think even 100 is probably on the high side--I was
> really using it to concretize the concept "a lot").

I think the actual figure in Chicago, the figure that drove them
into butterflying the judicial ballot in 2000, was closer to 40
judicial retention races.

                Doug Jones
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