Re: Ballot Reconciliation Procedure

From: David Jefferson <d_jefferson_at_yahoo_dot_com>
Date: Thu Nov 27 2003 - 12:10:14 CST

By way of comparison, I have been a poll worker for many years in
California, and my mother has in Florida, and we have NEVER seen a case in
our precincts when the ballot counts do not match the roster counts. (Of
course we make it a high priority to keep track of every ballot and voter.)
Personally I think it is more likely, when the roster count is larger than
the ballot count, that a poll worker has crossed off extra names on the
roster than that a voter walks away with a ballot.


> > This basically repeats the information I advanced in a couple other
> > notes. I happened to talk to my mother tonight, who has done A LOT of
> > poll work. Her experience:
> >
> > The roster count and the ballot count NEVER match!
> >
> > That is, there are ALWAYS some people who fail to put their ballots into
> > the box. ....
> >
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