Fwd: Request for Advice on Precinct vs. Vote Centers

From: Kathy Dopp <kathy_dot_dopp_at_gmail_dot_com>
Date: Tue Jan 02 2007 - 21:31:38 CST

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From: Andy Bardwell <andy@bardwellconsulting.com>
Date: Jan 2, 2007 7:42 PM

Thanks - I will send you whatever we generate. Here is a request for OVC:

I am a statistician working probono with some organizations in
Colorado working to improve the conduct of Colorado elections. I have
been asked to prepare recommendations for consideration in drafting
legislation and rule making on justification for retaining
precinct-level reporting.

Precinct-level Reporting: Vote Centers have been used in the last
election, and some County Clerks have decided not to report
precinct-level results. I would appreciate any references and
authorities you could site to express the importance of retaining
precinct-level reporting. I understand the importance, having used
precinct-level data in redistricting and voting rights analyses since
1990.

Thanks for your help in advance,

Andy Bardwell
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