Wed Oct 24, 2012, 07:39 PM
Binders Keepers (91 posts)
Did Romney steal the primaries through vote-flipping?
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Did Romney steal the primaries through vote-flipping? (Original post)
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Wed Oct 24, 2012, 07:47 PM
siligut (12,265 posts)
1. There seems to be corroborating evidence that it is possible
And considering what we know about the lack of ethics, I would say it is probable.
The group's analysis is based on raw data from primary sources, local precincts, and state and county election records. The pattern of vote flipping raises serious doubts about the Romney victories in the 2012 Republican primaries in Wisconsin and the Ohio. Apparent vote flipping was demonstrated in the group's paper for at least nine other 2012 Republican primaries as well.
The findings showed a consistent pattern of increasing votes and vote percentages for Romney in the precinct vote tally. The pattern emerges when precinct vote tallies are presented by candidate based on the size of a county precinct.
They used the machines made by Hart InterCivic. Interesting that the SEQ-AVC Edge II 5.0.24 was the one voting machine approved for future use in California after the 2007 election. But some changes needed to be made. Again, the problem being that they are easily hacked.