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  •  Sorry (none)
    Actual county returns the night of the election. CNN has the best page IMO.

    http://www.cnn.com/ELECTION/2004/pages/results/states/WI/P/00/county.001.html#55079

    For the sake of information..you can pull county results from 2000 here:
    http://www.cnn.com/ELECTION/2000/

    •  Thank you for supplying the info. (2.66)
      It is a large jump, but this was a much more contested election. By itself, it's not really compelling enough to make me put money toward a recount. Are there any anecdotal reports to support the voter fraud theory?

      The 2000 election numbers are no longer available on the page you linked. I can't make any comparison there, but the census figures linked elsewhere in this thread indicate 933,000+ residents in Milwaukee  county.

      Population (2003): 933,221
      Percent under 18 (2000): 26.4%

      Which means that 686851 are old enough to vote.

      (Thanks, nonemptysubset, for the link.)

      And, I see that you're making an apples to oranges comparison between the city of Milwaukee and the county of Milwaukee.

      So, that benefit of the doubt I was about to give you?

      Never mind.

      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 04:28:13 PM PST

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      •  way overestimated (1.66)
        Your number on eligible to vote is way,way overstated.  You can get the exact number or close to it from the county.  I'm through providing numbers  (The GAO has a recent number I think from 2000 for a joint study they were doing).

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