Re: statistical study after next Tues election

From: Patricia Gracian <patricia_gracian_at_yahoo_dot_com>
Date: Wed Nov 03 2004 - 12:37:47 CST

Are you working with blackboxvoting.org ?
If not, you should be.
Someone has to contest this election and all of its fraudulent results.
We cannot afford another 4 years.
We cannot let the thugs steal this election. They stole the last one.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Kathy Dopp" <kathy@directell.com>
To: <voting-project@lists.sonic.net>
Sent: Wednesday, November 03, 2004 11:09 AM
Subject: Re: statistical study after next Tues election

> I found one very surprising pattern so far, not what I expected at all.
>
> How easy would it be to rig precinct-based optical scan voting systems?
>
>
> It was easy to get the numbers for a percent change comparison of election
> results with voter party registration, so I compared voter party
> registration rates in each county with election results by party in each
> county in Florida, and look what I found!!
>
> Here are my results:
>
> Differences between expected votes based on voter registration for dems
> and repubs in each Florida county, divided by "expected" results based on
> voter registration proportion in each county.
>
> Can any of you think why there would be such a striking difference in
> patterns (The HUGE percent change that Republicans picked up in op-scan
> counties was amazingly different than in DRE counties)?
>
> I calced what election results that might be expected based on voter
> registration proportion of Dems and Repubs times votes cast in each
> county.
>
> Even given possible demographic differences, I would never have expected
> such a huge difference in percent change based on voting machine type.
>
> COUNTIES USING DRE ES&S TOUCHSCREEN:
> each county is one line:
> REP DEM
> 29% 27%
> 24% 35%
> 22% 40%
> 51% 11%
> 17% 30%
> 27% 14%
> 24% 34%
> 9% 51%
> 32% 25%
> 48% -29%
> 20% 35%
> 35% 19%
> 27% 31%
> 12% 45%
> 43% -11%
>
> COUNTIES USING PRECINCT-BASED OP-SCAN SYSTEMS:
>
> REP DEM
> (each county is one line)
> 259% -15%
> 312% 12%
> 126% 82%
> 253% 13%
> 123% 58%
> 741% -23%
> 141% 46%
> 77% 197%
> 219% 19%
> 293% -2%
> 565% -11%
> 171% 25%
> 128% 60%
> 145% 34%
> 529% -24%
> 793% -64%
> 229% 20%
> 303% -11%
> 276% -2%
> 571% -30%
> 274% 9%
> 225% 4%
> 142% 36%
> 125% 53%
> 369% 6%
> 355% -14%
> 382% -39%
> 656% -11%
> 276% -35%
> 262% 5%
> 1173% -28%
> 571% -36%
> 126% 71%
> 132% 47%
> 159% 36%
> 75% 214%
> 236% -2%
> 185% 24%
> 205% 29%
> 157% 38%
> 256% 2%
> 79% 175%
> 124% 80%
> 88% 105%
> 174% 40%
> 273% 11%
> 429% -16%
> 447% -4%
> 178% 18%
> 313% -14%
> 100% 99%
> 293% 6%
>
> Does anyone know how I can obtain a breakdown of votes in Florida by
> county by:
> 1. cast precinct
> 2. cast paper mailin
> 3. cast early - machine and paper
>
> Regards,
>
> Kathy
>
>
>
>

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