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SoCalDemocrat Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Nov-03-04 03:55 AM
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107. NM WAS REPORTED AT 103% BY C-SPAN !!!!

This was on a right wing forum. It reported that NM was overreporting at 103%. This maps to the analogous results Bush is getting in EVote states w/o audit systems.

http://network.ap.org/dynamic/files/specials/election_n...

CSpan has it working now adding up to 100%. Why then was it over by 3% before?


In exit polls Kerry lead Bush by 3.8% in New Mexico.

Bush however leads Kerry by 3% in actual results reported from the precincts.

I'm not surprised that when all the results came in, they showed at 103%.

Why? Because in E-Vote states with no audits, Bush has been showing a 5% or more bump that is not tracking with the exit polls.

New Mexico is BY FAR the most slanted results yet comparing exit polls to posted results. I'm going to focus on this state to see what type of voting systems they are using...
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