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philly_bob Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Jul-10-06 01:39 AM
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38. Ratio of presidential vote/candidate for local office vote?
This is from Prensa Latina, a rather clumsy English translation at http://tinyurl.com/polpq

"They (scientists) also assured the voting in states where (Obrador) ... coalition won, was always lower than that held for deputies (500) and senators (128), whereas that to elect Calderon was in inverse proportion."

Difficult to parse this out, but I think it means where Obrador won, there were always less votes for Obrador than for the candidate for local office, and where Calderon won, there were always more votes for Calderon than for the candidate for local office.

If this is true in the Obrador/Calderon election, that would be ALMOST a smoking gun. Certainly strong circumstantial evidence of machine fraud.

Anybody know if this has been tested on 2004 American results?

Also, to anybody just beginning to accept the possibility of right-wing election fraud in 2000, 2004, and now 2006: that feeling of disorientation and stark fear is entirely natural.
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