Re: [EILeg] A 3-Step Audit Protocol w/ 99% confidence

From: Ginny Ross <ginnypdx_at_comcast_dot_net>
Date: Wed Jan 24 2007 - 00:43:01 CST

Arthur Keller wrote:
> At 5:05 PM -0800 1/23/07, Ginny Ross wrote:
>> (This is from a post on another list. I do not know how it would work
>> in a state where we do not use precincts like Oregon. ~GR)
> Ginny, you said that Oregon does not use precincts. I assume you mean
> because Oregon uses mail-in ballots. However, I'm wondering the
> degree to which the ballots are divided into jurisdictions for
> tabulation and whether those jurisdictions could be considered
> precincts. For example, do they tabulate all of Portland at once, or
> do they subdivide Portland into regions? Do they tabulate Portland
> and the suburbs together or separately?
> Thanks.
> Best regards,
> Arthur


Sorry I should have been more complete in my comment. We do use
"counties' much like precincts, I suppose. Each county collects the
ballots centrally and counts them on optical scanners. So maybe
'counties' can be a substitute for precincts? The difference is that
they are so much larger, I'm sure it would throw the math off. But 3 or
4 or our large metro counties in the state account for the vast majority
of the votes.


Ginny Ross

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