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  •  NC analysis (none)
    someone at DU crunched the North Carolina numbers and found a 9 point swing to the republicans between the absentee/early votes and the election day votes. most interesting is this swing only appears on the president and senate races. all the lesser races match the pre election day trend. he concludes it must have been a manipulation of the count. check it out.
    http://www.democraticunderground.com/discuss/duboard.php?az=view_all&address=203x45003
    •  In Fairness? (1.28)
      To those that said "where is my proof".  Where is this guys proof?  A hunch?

      He has no idea who voted for which candidates on election day.  Anyone that says they do is lying to you.

      •  Going for the switch tactic now, I see. (2.00)
        You're making the argument about Milwaukee without the goods to back it up.

        First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win. Mohandas Gandhi

        by boadicea on Fri Nov 12, 2004 at 03:56:23 PM PST

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        •  Clear (1.14)
          The link posted by the blogger is one guys opinion based on his interpretation of the data.  All he says on that page is basically "I think the votes should have gone this way."  It's no different than all the experts saying there was no way Floridians would have voted for Bush in democratic counties.

          For Milwaukee all I'm telling you is the county had 380k registered voters, the county stated there were 423k total potential voters, and 480k voted on election day.  There is no interpretation involved, something isn't right.  Is it possible 60k new people moved into Milwaukee in the last few months/year?  Maybe.  Is it possible some of those extra 500k ballots were fraudulent, yep.  Will any of us ever really know?  Probably not.

      •  I guess you don't get the argument, then. (none)

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