Re: exit polls vs. election results

From: <dr-jekyll_at_att_dot_net>
Date: Mon May 16 2005 - 09:16:57 CDT

>> First fact: this is only Ohio data. The states with the most
>> suspicious results were PA, NY, NH and VT.

New Hampshire was the first State to pass a VVPB law in 1994 and precinct (They call them wards) level data is publicly available. Not only that, but most of the towns still use paper ballots that are counted at the precinct level, thereby increasing the complexity of a State-wide conspiracy for systematic fraudulent vote count.

When I lived in in Weare, New Hampshire, I once worked as a vote counter. The vote counting was done in public right after the pools closed. The ballot boxes were emptied onto long tables. We vote counters sat on one side of the tables while the public could observe from behind a roped off area about 6 or 8 feet from the other side of the tables. You should be able to get to the bottom of it in New Hampshire.

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-------------- Original message from Stephanie Frank Singer <sfsinger@campaignscientific.com>: -------------- 
> > 
> >> Opinions? Note that this column has supported the USCV position in 
> >> the 
> >> past. 
> >> 
> >> -Fred- 
> >> 
> >> http://bellaciao.org/en/article.php3?id_article=6046 
> >> 
> >> 
> 
> 
> First fact: this is only Ohio data. The states with the most 
> suspicious results were PA, NY, NH and VT. 
> 
> Second: I looked for this "report" on line and found only some slides 
> for a presentation. Now I can't even get access to those on the 
> website. (So I've attached the copy I downloaded yesterday to this 
> message so you all can take a look.) 
> 
> Action item: Can we use this report as leverage to get more of the 
> underlying data from Mitofsky/Edison? Here in PA we're quite 
> frustrated by the unwillingness of M/E to release the precinct-level 
> data to us so that we can do more thorough analysis. The report says 
> that Scheuren has access to more data than other reports. How did 
> Scheuren get access to more data? 
> 
> --Stephanie 

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