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Unofficial Audit of NC Election: Comprehensive Case for Fraud
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Sorry for the numbers. This is a long and comprehensive report, so please stay with me -- it offers what I believe to be a strong case that election tampering took place, and I want to carefully establish the facts. I think it may be the first deep examination inside the numbers of a given state -- not just speculation -- but real data collection and questionable results put to the test.

BeFree asked me a few days ago to look over the North Carolina election returns. Things looked funny. They were way out of sync with the exit polls and no one could believe that Erskine Bowles had lost in the Senate race. The deeper I looked at the figures, the more things began to look disturbing. I downloaded the precinct data and began to pour through it for clues. Then I saw that the absentee vote (which apparently also includes the early voting data) was huge, comprising more than *a million votes* and nearly a full third of the total vote (30%). It offered the chance to compare an unadulterated voting pattern against the strange results of election day. I reasoned with an early vote that large, it is no longer a sample but a benchmark. The nearer one approaches 100%, the more accurate the picture of the whole. At one third, any inconsistencies should even out -- even if more white suburban Republicans voted by absentee (as has been charged in the past with smaller samples) or if the Democratic GOTV pushed our early numbers (as has been assumed for this election). In that respect, I was lucky to have looked at North Carolina -- it's not as crazed as the battleground states and the electorate is nicely split between parties. Any inconsistencies of one side dominating the early vote would have showed up in the data -- they didn't.

With that in mind, I began an informal review of the NC absentee vote. What I found was stunning, and I believe it should have national implications. I have little doubt that we will find the same thing elsewhere by using benchmark absentee data against election day returns. It not only reflects the pattern of exit poll discrepancy we saw throughout the country, but it also makes a compelling case for purposeful tampering with the electronic data. I also think it reveals the three objectives of the Bush re-election campaign: 1) re-election 2) mandate 3) strong Senate majority.

All of the absentee information was buried in the precinct data, hundreds of thousands of lines worth, and had to be pulled out before a comparison could be made. Before we look inside the numbers, note that of the 102 North Carolina counties, 2 have not yet posted absentee data, Catawba and Lee. It may well be in the precinct data but mislabeled or combined in some way. The NC Board of Elections said that both counties have reported, but weren't sure where it was recorded -- I'm awaiting a call back with the information. My estimate based on Catawba's demographic similarity to Davidson would shift the absentee percentages by 0.6% in the Republican's favor, so bear in mind that I've not incorporated it into the data and the consistency is going to be even better than represented. Catawba has a strong Republican base (47,923 to 33,024 registered Republicans to Democrats) and is heavily White (91,141 white to 7619 black registrants). As it is now, the absentee/early vote is almost precisely balanced statistically with the final results. Lee county is much smaller and has 16,391 Democrats to 9149 Republicans (again mostly white) -- it likely would have little impact on the percentages.

Now, here is the absentee data for all the statewide offices, followed by the overall vote, and then the poll-only results (obtained by subtracting the absentee data from the overall figures). The poll-only data is important as it gives us an isolated snapshot of the results that were returned on election day.

GOVERNOR (Absentee)
Mike Easley (DEM): 573,120 (55.6%)
Patrick J. Ballantine (REP): 445,505 (43.2%) -12.4
Other: 12,490 (1.2%)

GOVERNOR (Overall)
Mike Easley (DEM): 1,939,137 (55.6%)
Patrick J. Ballantine (REP): 1,495,032 (42.9%) -12.7
Other: 52,512 (1.5%)

GOVERNOR (Poll only)
Mike Easley (DEM): 1,366,017 (55.6%)
Patrick J. Ballantine (REP): 1,049,527 (42.7%) -12.9
Other: 40,022 (1.6%)

Already we notice that the Democrat, Easley, ran consistently at 55.6% at the polls, in the absentee, and in the poll-only vote. The Republican, Ballantine, actually did very slightly better in the absentee. But this is the overall pattern of consistency in all the statewide races (except for Senate and President which I'll hold till last). There is one other important hidden benchmark we can measure here, percentage of turnout. Perhaps the Democrats had more early/absentee voters and the Republicans had a bigger election day turnout? Well, we can figure that by dividing Easley's absentees by his overall votes (573,120 divided by 1,939,137) to find a ratio of 30% for the Democrat. And then do the same for the Republican Ballantine to also get a ratio of 30%. Both Democrats and Republicans turned out in equal numbers in early voting and at the polls. Thank you, North Carolina.

To establish the point of consistency, here are the comparisons of all the other statewide races. It's a lot of numbers, most all of them in the same percentile range, but it was important to establish that there was a clear, obvious, and unaccounted diversion from the norm in both the Senate and Presidential races, so I spent a couple of twelve hour days and went through all the statewide numbers including the amendment votes.

MAJOR RACES

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LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR (Absentee)
Beverly Eaves Perdue (DEM): 561,584 (55.7%)
Jim Snyder (REP): 433,112 (43.0%)
Other: 13,217 (1.3%)

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR (Overall)
Beverly Eaves Perdue (DEM): 1,888,382 (55.6%)
Jim Snyder (REP): 1,453,711 (42.8%)
Other: 56,367 (1.6%)

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR (Poll Only)
Beverly Eaves Perdue (DEM): 1,326,798 (55.5%)
Jim Snyder (REP): 1,020,599 (42.7%)
Other: 43,150 (1.8%)

*******************
SECRETARY OF STATE (Absentee)
Elaine F. Marshall (DEM): 575,045 (58.0%)
Jay Rao (REP): 416,145 (42.0%)

SECRETARY OF STATE (Overall)
Elaine F. Marshall (DEM): 1,911,570 (57.3%)
Jay Rao (REP) 1,423,115 (42.7%)

SECRETARY OF STATE (Poll Only)
Elaine F. Marshall (DEM): 1,336,525 (57.0%)
Jay Rao (REP): 1,006,970 (43.0%)

******************
ATTORNEY GENERAL (absentee)
Roy Cooper (DEM): 546,477 (56.7%)
Joe Knott (REP): 417,824 (43.3%)

ATTORNEY GENERAL (overall)
Roy Cooper (DEM): 1,869,699 (55.6%)
Joe Knott (REP): 1,493,061 (44.4%)


ATTORNEY GENERAL (poll-only)
Roy Cooper (DEM): 1,323,222 (55.2%)
Joe Knott (REP): 1,075,237 (44.8%)

******************

OTHER STATEWIDE RACES:


******************
AUDITOR (absentee)
Leslie Merritt (REP): 476,257 (48.6%)
Ralph Campbell (DEM): 503,250 (51.4%)

AUDITOR (overall)
Leslie Merritt (REP): 1,662,361 (50.4%)
Ralph Campbell (DEM): 1,633,622 (49.6%)

AUDITOR (poll-only)
Leslie Merritt (REP): 1,186,104 (51.2%)
Ralph Campbell (DEM): 1,130,372 (48.8%)

*********************
COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE (absentee)
Steve Troxler (REP): 478,794 (48.6%)
Britt Cobb (DEM): 506,613 (51.4%)

COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE (overall)
Steve Troxler (REP): 1,665,678 (50.04%)
Britt Cobb (DEM): 1,663,022 (49.96%)

COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE (poll-only)
Steve Troxler (REP): 1,186,884 (50.7%)
Britt Cobb (DEM): 1,156,409 (49.3%)

**********************
COMMISSIONER OF INSURANCE (absentee)
Jim Long (DEM): 582,238 (58.4%)
C. Robert Brawley (REP): 414,204 (41.6%)

COMMISSIONER OF INSURANCE (overall)
Jim Long (DEM): 1,934,061 (57.6%)
C. Robert Brawley (REP): 1,421,404 (42.4%)

COMMISSIONER OF INSURANCE (poll only)
Jim Long (DEM): 1,351,823 (57.3%)
C. Robert Brawley (REP): 1,007,200 (42.7%)

**************************
COMMISSIONER OF LABOR (absentee)
Cherie Berry (REP): 475,570 (50.2%)
Wayne Goodwin (DEM): 472,632 (49.8%)

COMMISSIONER OF LABOR (overall)
Cherie Berry (REP): 1,721,841 (52.1%)
Wayne Goodwin (DEM): 1,582,253 (47.9%)

COMMISSIONER OF LABOR (poll only)
Cherie Berry (REP): 1,246,271 (52.9%)
Wayne Goodwin (DEM): 1,109,621 (47.1%)

***********************
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION (absentee)
June S. Atkinson (DEM): 507,523 (51.7%)
Bill Fletcher (REP): 473,991 (48.3%)

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION (overall)
June S. Atkinson (DEM): 1,656,092 (50.1%)
Bill Fletcher (REP): 1,646,838 (49.9%)

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION (poll only)
June S. Atkinson (DEM): 1,148,569 (49.5%)
Bill Fletcher (REP): 1,172,847 (50.5%)

**************************
TREASURER (absentee)
Richard H. Moore (DEM): 546,160 (55.3%)
Edward A. Meyer (REP): 440,871 (44.7%)

TREASURER (overall)
Richard H. Moore (DEM): 1,812,182 (54.5%)
Edward A. Meyer (REP): 1,512,628 (45.5%)

TREASURER (poll only)
Richard H. Moore (DEM): 1,266,022 (54.2%)
Edward A. Meyer (REP): 1,071,757 (45.8%)

*******************************
NC Constitutional Amendment 1 (absentee)
FOR: 432,697 (51.7%)
AGAINST: 403,475 (48.3%)

NC Constitutional Amendment 1 (overall)
FOR: 1,494,789 (51.2%)
AGAINST: 1,423,195 (48.8%)

NC Constitutional Amendment 1 (poll only)
FOR: 1,062,092 (51.0%)
AGAINST: 1,019,720 (49.0%)

****************************
NC Constitutional Amendment 2 (absentee)
FOR: 679,434 (78.6%)
AGAINST: 185,101 (21.4%)

NC Constitutional Amendment 2 (overall)
FOR: 2,334,683 (78.0%)
AGAINST: 659,532 (22.0%)

NC Constitutional Amendment 2 (poll only)
FOR: 1,655,249 (77.7%)
AGAINST: 474,431 (22.3%)

****************************
NC Constitutional Amendment 3 (absentee)
FOR: 591,122 (68.7%)
AGAINST: 269,641 (31.3%)

NC Constitutional Amendment 3 (overall)
FOR: 1,984,151 (68.0%)
AGAINST: 933,021 (32.0%)

NC Constitutional Amendment 3 (poll only)
FOR: 1,393,029 (67.7%)
AGAINST: 663,380 (32.3%)

****************************

Of all the statewide races, the only other votes that may raise red flags are the Labor and Agriculture Commissioners, though likely the Catawba data will pull them into line. But none of the races showed anywhere near the unexplained swing of the Senate race.

*************************
SENATOR (absentee)
Richard Burr (REP): 492,166 49.48%
Erskine Bowles (DEM): 492,536 49.52% .04
Other: 9,917 1%

SENATOR (overall)
Richard Burr (REP): 1,791,460 51.6%
Erskine Bowles (DEM): 1,632,509 47.0% -4.6
Other: 48,103 1.4%

SENATOR (poll only)
Richard Burr (REP): 1,299,294 52.4%
Erskine Bowles (DEM): 1,139,973 46.0% -6.4
Others: 38,186 1.5%


*************************

WOW. With essentially the same vote demographics in the absentee and the poll, there was a sudden shift of 6.4% of the vote toward the Republican. That's more than a little alarming and is in itself enough to call into question the legitimacy of the election day vote. North Carolinians in this forum can speak to this, but Bowles is generally well liked. There is absolutely nothing to account for the bizarre drop of support in the electorate by 6.4% between the early voting (mostly the week prior) and election day. But when we compare it to the Presidential race, it is dwarfed by absurdity.

*************************
PRESIDENT (absentee)
George W. Bush: 529,755 52.9%
John F. Kerry: 469,522 46.9% -6.0
Others: 2749 0.2%

PRESIDENT (overall)
George W. Bush: 1,961,188 56.0%
John F. Kerry: 1,525,821 43.6% -12.4
Others: 13,989 0.4%

PRESIDENT (poll only)
George W. Bush: 1,431,433 57.3%
John F. Kerry: 1,056,299 42.3% -15.0
Others: 11,240 0.4%

**************************

So what the heck is going on here??? Kerry was behind by 6 points in the absentee/early voting. The result is consistent with the pre-election polls and most importantly with the exit polls of November 2nd. THE EXIT POLLS TELL US THAT PEOPLE VOTED IDENTICALLY TO THE OTHER THIRD OF THE ELECTORATE. By all standards of reason, the other two-thirds of the vote should be very close to the same result. But look at what happens -- a sudden and unexplained plummet in the very same electorate of NINE POINTS at the election day polls, more than doubling Kerry's overall margin of defeat. A 15 point edge for Bush in North Carolina on election day??? Come on -- I'm not that gullible. I honestly don't know how to account for that outside of computer programming -- and if it's there, there's a damn good case with the nationwide inconsistencies between exit polls and results on election day to say that it follows everywhere electronic tabulation goes. My gut tells me that this is why there is a reluctance in Florida and Ohio to push the absentee counting and that the ballots and counts had best be watched very damn closely. They present a paper trail challenge that if understood will provide a key benchmark for election day fraud. I also want to point out that the differential was not there prior to election day -- meaning there either had to be a *date specific* alteration in the software, a hack, or a specific activation just prior to the election. And lastly, it is not only the Presidential election day vote that is spurious -- the close Senate races also bear close scrutiny.

(Also posted to the NC Forum.)
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  -Unofficial Audit of NC Election: Comprehensive Case for Fraud ignatzmouse  Nov-12-04 11:44 AM   #0 
  - Wow, Nice Work -- Thanks  Tace   Nov-12-04 11:49 AM   #1 
  - 2000 totals in NC w/ absentee  NCvoter   Nov-12-04 01:55 PM   #39 
  - HERE IS A GRAPH OF THE GOV, SENATE, PRES RACES  TruthIsAll   Nov-14-04 03:33 AM   #285 
  - Bowles was a lock the week before the election. This is very interesting.  mdhunter   Nov-12-04 11:51 AM   #2 
  - I'm not sure where you got this info...  NCvoter   Nov-12-04 12:40 PM   #22 
     - Bowles  ignatzmouse   Nov-12-04 12:47 PM   #24 
     - find past precedent of absentee ballots  NCvoter   Nov-12-04 01:00 PM   #27 
     - Vote total questions?  UL_Approved   Nov-14-04 04:50 AM   #292 
     - I should have been more explicit, sorry.  mdhunter   Nov-12-04 05:06 PM   #58 
  - smokin'  whalerider55   Nov-12-04 11:56 AM   #3 
  - Wow, great work!  sabra   Nov-12-04 11:57 AM   #4 
  - NC data download  ignatzmouse   Nov-12-04 12:12 PM   #14 
     - Easy to import into Excel as well  Lucypher   Nov-12-04 05:57 PM   #66 
  - Goddammit, IgnatzMouse, That is a Great Analysis!  ribofunk   Nov-12-04 11:57 AM   #5 
  - Kick!  RuleofLaw   Nov-12-04 12:10 PM   #11 
  - Thankyou, excellent work  SmallFatCat   Nov-12-04 12:00 PM   #6 
  - More Benford's Law  SmallFatCat   Nov-12-04 12:06 PM   #7 
  - Great job, Ignatzmouse!! I live in NC...and I will NEVER believe that  loudsue   Nov-12-04 12:06 PM   #8 
  - NC Elections Board  ignatzmouse   Nov-12-04 12:19 PM   #17 
  - They are spinning all the time...believe me...I'll send this to whomever  KoKo01   Nov-12-04 09:20 PM   #112 
     - I wrote the General Counsel of NOE on 11-10 - ridiculous answer  KatieB   Nov-19-04 11:23 PM   #376 
  - I had a hard time believing this also  YellowDoginthehouse   Nov-12-04 01:32 PM   #34 
  - Yep  BeFree   Nov-12-04 12:07 PM   #9 
  - absentee  DeadManInc   Nov-12-04 07:17 PM   #73 
  - Congrats for this  YellowDoginthehouse   Nov-12-04 12:09 PM   #10 
  - I imagine your 'gut' is right on the 'nose!'  shelley806   Nov-12-04 12:11 PM   #12 
  - Chilling reading.  enough   Nov-12-04 12:11 PM   #13 
  - Magnificent  Eloriel   Nov-12-04 12:16 PM   #15 
  - Most Certainly...  ignatzmouse   Nov-12-04 12:27 PM   #20 
     - great work.  SomthingsGotaGive   Nov-12-04 12:42 PM   #23 
     - LOL! n/t  TexasChick   Nov-12-04 12:51 PM   #26 
     - Colorado Numbers  Cadence   Nov-13-04 10:45 AM   #165 
     - This isn't strange.  pointsoflight   Nov-13-04 01:09 PM   #172 
        - It doesn't seem to you  Cadence   Nov-13-04 01:53 PM   #175 
           - Polls before the election had it exactly this way.  pointsoflight   Nov-13-04 04:03 PM   #178 
     - That is the funniest thing I've read all day!  MelissaB   Nov-14-04 07:44 PM   #340 
  - Thank you, Thank you, Thank you  oddtext   Nov-12-04 12:17 PM   #16 
  - How to find out what states are still not reporting absentee  shelley806   Nov-12-04 12:23 PM   #18 
  - Awesome analysis  Horse with no Name   Nov-12-04 12:26 PM   #19 
  - There are 100 counties in NC  NCvoter   Nov-12-04 12:38 PM   #21 
  - See county-county analysis below....  bj2110   Nov-13-04 10:41 AM   #160 
  - Excellent work  woody b   Nov-12-04 12:50 PM   #25 
  - Outstanding piece of work!!  Lone_Star_Dem   Nov-12-04 01:10 PM   #28 
  - So are recounts planned in NC? n/t  splat   Nov-12-04 01:17 PM   #29 
  - Heard there might be a revote for 2 state races due to Carteret machines  KatieB   Nov-19-04 11:33 PM   #377 
  - Excellent concept and analysis  Critical Thinker   Nov-12-04 01:18 PM   #30 
  - Graphics potential  ignatzmouse   Nov-12-04 01:44 PM   #37 
  - Stunning, Absolutely Stunning! THANK YOU!  Beetwasher   Nov-12-04 01:22 PM   #31 
  - Where are you getting the absentee ballot info?  toodistracted   Nov-12-04 01:22 PM   #32 
  - Examples  ignatzmouse   Nov-12-04 01:33 PM   #36 
     - I see it now...  toodistracted   Nov-12-04 04:24 PM   #51 
  - Amazing, detailed analysis  txindy   Nov-12-04 01:23 PM   #33 
  - Excellent Analysis  Pithy Cherub   Nov-12-04 01:33 PM   #35 
  - Great work! Are you communicating this to Bev Harris?  bear425   Nov-12-04 01:53 PM   #38 
  - 2000 Totals in NC w/ absentee  NCvoter   Nov-12-04 01:58 PM   #40 
  - I ASKED THE BOE IT GUY TO PULL OUT THE ABSENTEE  chomskysright   Nov-16-04 01:05 AM   #359 
  - Yes! Yes! Yes!  Calvinist Basset   Nov-12-04 08:45 PM   #101 
  - If your numbers are right, this should be sent to the NC Attorney General.  milkyway   Nov-12-04 02:05 PM   #41 
  - Great Work!  drm604   Nov-12-04 02:07 PM   #42 
  - Hi drm604!!  newyawker99   Nov-12-04 07:38 PM   #76 
     - Hi newyawker99!  drm604   Nov-12-04 08:55 PM   #105 
  - Wow. Great work.  No Surrender   Nov-12-04 02:15 PM   #43 
  - NC uses several kinds of voting machines. Can you break it down by county?  milkyway   Nov-12-04 02:18 PM   #44 
  - See county-county analysis below...  bj2110   Nov-13-04 10:42 AM   #162 
  - Diebold and ES&S relationship  Election Mess   Nov-19-04 10:21 PM   #374 
     - Yes, they are BROTHERS!  KatieB   Nov-19-04 11:37 PM   #378 
     - where's the info on them being brothers?  chomskysright   Nov-20-04 03:30 PM   #387 
  - Has anyone sent this analysis to BBV or to friends in the media?  YBR31   Nov-12-04 03:35 PM   #45 
  - Hi YBR31!!  newyawker99   Nov-12-04 07:39 PM   #77 
  - EXCELLENT FIND!!  osubucks30   Nov-12-04 03:58 PM   #46 
  - Thank you so much.  kimchi   Nov-12-04 03:59 PM   #47 
  - just in case anyone forgot NC has 15 electoral votes  GoPsUx   Nov-12-04 04:05 PM   #48 
  - GREAT WORK!  TruthOutDawg   Nov-12-04 04:05 PM   #49 
  - The media can try to debunk some Dixiecrat votes but not in whole  mdb   Nov-12-04 04:14 PM   #50 
  - Hi mdb!!  newyawker99   Nov-12-04 07:40 PM   #78 
  - Holy Sh*t !  Calamity Jane   Nov-12-04 04:24 PM   #52 
  - Benford's Law and the 2004 Presidential Election  gradstudent   Nov-12-04 04:25 PM   #53 
  - I don't get it.  Calamity Jane   Nov-12-04 04:34 PM   #54 
  - Thanks for the interest!  gradstudent   Nov-14-04 02:40 PM   #300 
     - Texas looks bad, does it?  txindy   Nov-14-04 02:50 PM   #303 
  - That's interesting  uhhuh   Nov-12-04 04:48 PM   #56 
  - The lines should be close  spacedog   Nov-12-04 05:28 PM   #60 
     - Hi spacedog!!  newyawker99   Nov-12-04 07:41 PM   #80 
  - Big graphic not showing on your page "img src=file:///home..." etc.  beam_me_up   Nov-12-04 05:05 PM   #57 
  - Hi gradstudent!!  newyawker99   Nov-12-04 07:40 PM   #79 
  - Fascinating...maybe it would lead us to states to suspect, and  Ojai Person   Nov-13-04 01:54 AM   #133 
  - Very nice work! A great tool to show us where to focus first. Do  bleever   Nov-14-04 06:34 PM   #337 
  - I sent it to the U PA guy: here  chomskysright   Nov-16-04 01:13 AM   #360 
  - even a math retard like me  hippiegranny   Nov-12-04 04:36 PM   #55 
  - Now THIS is what I call evidence!!!  JohnnyCougar   Nov-12-04 05:20 PM   #59 
  - This should be sent to everyone everywhere!  liam97   Nov-12-04 05:34 PM   #61 
  - I wouldn't assume anything.  No Surrender   Nov-12-04 05:44 PM   #62 
  - A Numbers Trail !..thankyou for all your hard work!  bostonbabs   Nov-12-04 05:53 PM   #65 
  - Hi liam97!!  newyawker99   Nov-12-04 07:41 PM   #81 
  - OK, IgnatzMouse, you Inspired Me  ribofunk   Nov-12-04 05:45 PM   #63 
  - I was a little bit surprised that...  jhgatiss   Nov-12-04 05:51 PM   #64 
  - County by County Numbers Are Too Small: Find An Accurate Statewide Count  ignatzmouse   Nov-12-04 07:08 PM   #71 
     - On the Other Hand, County-Level May Give More Information  ribofunk   Nov-13-04 10:20 AM   #152 
        - See county-county analysis below...  bj2110   Nov-13-04 10:44 AM   #163 
  - This highlights the problem  shaggy briard   Nov-12-04 06:17 PM   #67 
  - Hi shaggy briard!!  newyawker99   Nov-12-04 07:42 PM   #82 
  - response from a North Carolina activist - just DEM early vote GOTV  gercohen   Nov-12-04 06:38 PM   #68 
  - It averages out  ignatzmouse   Nov-12-04 07:46 PM   #84 
  - But what about absentee votes?  mountebank   Nov-12-04 07:48 PM   #85 
  - remember: a lot of democrats voted absentee THIS election  noiretblu   Nov-14-04 03:53 PM   #307 
  - Freeper alert - any sane person can clearly see evidence beyond...  Bozos for Bush   Nov-12-04 08:33 PM   #97 
  - My thoughts exactly.  JudyM   Nov-13-04 08:55 AM   #140 
  - a 2 post person  gercohen   Nov-13-04 09:38 AM   #146 
  - freeper? Hardly.  gercohen   Nov-13-04 09:48 AM   #150 
  - Seriously, This is NOT Evidence of Fraud Beyond a Reasonable Doubt  ribofunk   Nov-13-04 10:37 AM   #156 
     - Great Point. We should all be trying hard to prove these theories wrong...  bj2110   Nov-13-04 11:47 AM   #168 
  - OMG...I posted this on KOS, and this EXACT SAME RESPONSE  JohnnyCougar   Nov-12-04 08:52 PM   #104 
  - Ha! Beware Karl the Freeper n/t  JudyM   Nov-13-04 08:57 AM   #141 
  - no I am NOT Karl Rove  gercohen   Nov-13-04 09:42 AM   #148 
  - hi  understandinglife   Nov-14-04 02:42 PM   #301 
  - Highly relevant....  understandinglife   Nov-14-04 03:25 PM   #306 
  - Sorry, try again. The author directly addressed this.  pointsoflight   Nov-12-04 10:19 PM   #119 
  - sorry too  gercohen   Nov-13-04 09:46 AM   #149 
  - He addressed this...  pointsoflight   Nov-13-04 04:13 PM   #179 
     - anecdotal evidence is irrelevant at this point  rjbny62   Nov-13-04 04:40 PM   #183 
  - trying to be rational  gercohen   Nov-13-04 10:28 AM   #154 
  - A Wake Up Call  ignatzmouse   Nov-13-04 01:03 PM   #171 
  - With all due respect, I don't think you understand the argument.  pointsoflight   Nov-13-04 01:24 PM   #174 
  - Bush/Burr/Democrats on election day  gercohen   Nov-13-04 10:38 AM   #158 
  - WHY WOULD DEMO VOTE EARLY MORE OFTEN THAN  fasttense   Nov-13-04 10:39 AM   #159 
     - More importantly, the data shows the dems didn't dominate early voting  pointsoflight   Nov-13-04 01:13 PM   #173 
        - excellent point...democrats didn't dominate early voting  noiretblu   Nov-14-04 03:59 PM   #309 
  - Great work... Here's some pre-election poll data to consider  althecat   Nov-12-04 06:52 PM   #69 
  - Yeah must have been that "OBL" tape  Carolab   Nov-12-04 07:52 PM   #87 
  - absentee and early votes in Jefferson county total 6884/7501  floridadem30   Nov-12-04 07:04 PM   #70 
  - Damn, looks like brilliant work to me. Needs to be sent to Olbermann and..  Bread and Circus   Nov-12-04 07:09 PM   #72 
  - I live in rural NC, and this confirms my suspicions  ms liberty   Nov-12-04 07:23 PM   #74 
  - Welcome ms liberty!! And we love charts! n/t  bleever   Nov-12-04 07:42 PM   #83 
  - Here in Va, too - lots of former Bush voters said they were voting Kerry  JudyM   Nov-13-04 09:02 AM   #142 
  - Welcome to DU  childslibrarian   Nov-13-04 09:04 AM   #143 
  - One thing that might account for some of the bounce  Spiffarino   Nov-12-04 07:31 PM   #75 
  - I heard snippets of an argument on the radio today  NJCher   Nov-12-04 07:51 PM   #86 
  - Maybe, but  Spiffarino   Nov-12-04 08:02 PM   #90 
  - Yeah, but if they're Rs in D clothing, why did they vote for Ds statewide?  Zan_of_Texas   Nov-12-04 08:31 PM   #96 
  - IgnatzMouse  ArthurRuger   Nov-12-04 08:06 PM   #92 
  - Do you have info on whether those churches have received federal $  JudyM   Nov-13-04 09:11 AM   #145 
  - Another oddity: quite a Sunday Effect  Hephaistos   Nov-13-04 05:49 PM   #185 
  - Dear Ignatzmouse  liam97   Nov-12-04 07:54 PM   #88 
  - Yes, please pass it along.  ignatzmouse   Nov-12-04 08:02 PM   #91 
  - Catawba County is mine :)  aprillcm   Nov-12-04 08:01 PM   #89 
  - really interesting  joubert   Nov-12-04 08:07 PM   #93 
  - Hi joubert!!! Welcome to DU!!!  JohnnyCougar   Nov-12-04 08:43 PM   #98 
  - I'm in Alexander County  ms liberty   Nov-12-04 08:26 PM   #95 
     - Hi, ms liberty!! Wlecome to DU!!!  JohnnyCougar   Nov-12-04 08:44 PM   #99 
     - The Republican Rushed in the Last few weeks  aprillcm   Nov-12-04 08:44 PM   #100 
  - John Edward's State  TangledThorns   Nov-12-04 08:22 PM   #94 
  - Hi Tangled Thorns!! Welcome to DU!!!  JohnnyCougar   Nov-12-04 08:46 PM   #102 
  - Native North Carolinian  patomime   Nov-12-04 09:06 PM   #109 
  - Gotcha  Spiffarino   Nov-27-04 11:15 AM   #393 
  - A couple of things  Jane Eyre   Nov-12-04 08:48 PM   #103 
  - Odd laws like that are one more reason all election laws  apolitical no more   Nov-13-04 12:57 PM   #170 
     - You can blame the state Dems of the 70's for that  Jane Eyre   Nov-13-04 04:45 PM   # 
     - You can blame the state Dems of the 70's for that  Jane Eyre   Nov-13-04 04:45 PM   #184 
  - MUST look at all NON-swing states.  Senator   Nov-12-04 08:59 PM   #106 
  - Here is the new frame - demand  Senator   Nov-12-04 09:00 PM   #107 
  - Put the Burden on Them for a change.  Senator   Nov-12-04 09:01 PM   #108 
  - There's a New Sheriff in Town...  Ojai Person   Nov-13-04 01:41 AM   #128 
  - I love this line "Show us the voter"  illuminaughty   Nov-15-04 06:06 AM   #347 
  - 2008 -- and we'll have to stay vigilant  Hobbes199   Nov-12-04 09:30 PM   #114 
  - Thanks  Magic_Cookie   Nov-12-04 09:09 PM   #110 
  - Here's an idea...  Critical Thinker   Nov-12-04 09:12 PM   #111 
  - Please, please write the General Council  TalkingDog   Nov-12-04 09:23 PM   #113 
  - Mr Smirk, you have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can .. n/t  wrate   Nov-12-04 09:42 PM   #115 
  - As you suggested  Critical Thinker   Nov-12-04 09:44 PM   #116 
  - demand a recount  cynthia   Nov-12-04 09:45 PM   #117 
  - Sorting Through Some of the NC Precint Data on my own...  bj2110   Nov-12-04 10:16 PM   #118 
  - Statistics  rdmccur   Nov-12-04 10:39 PM   #120 
  - Hi, rdmccur!!!! Welcome to DU!!!  JohnnyCougar   Nov-12-04 11:23 PM   #122 
  - OpenOffice can handle  marisa   Nov-13-04 12:15 AM   #125 
  - Bertie County  ignatzmouse   Nov-13-04 01:49 AM   #131 
  - I've got NC absenteee/election day variances by county & machine type...  bj2110   Nov-13-04 10:38 AM   #157 
     - Just wondering...  understandinglife   Nov-16-04 11:52 AM   #365 
  - THE PRECINCT DATA IS HERE  chomskysright   Nov-16-04 01:38 AM   #361 
  - Overcoming Excel limitations  chriscol   Nov-22-04 11:37 AM   #392 
  - Wow  Timebound   Nov-12-04 10:44 PM   #121 
  - Hi Timebound!! Welcome to DU!!!  JohnnyCougar   Nov-12-04 11:24 PM   #123 
  - Tell Erskine we want to have a meeting on this  tarheel_voter   Nov-13-04 07:49 PM   #189 
  - ignatzmouse, I got this analysis posted at Daily Kos  JohnnyCougar   Nov-12-04 11:41 PM   #124 
  - Graphs of the data  rhosgobel   Nov-13-04 12:53 AM   #126 
  - Cumulative Numbers Prove The Point  ignatzmouse   Nov-13-04 01:22 AM   #127 
  - Isn't it equally as odd  no1hedberg   Nov-13-04 01:42 AM   #129 
     - Nobody in the media wants anthrax in their mailbox.  JohnnyCougar   Nov-13-04 01:53 AM   #132 
  - WOW!  Milo_Bloom   Nov-13-04 01:47 AM   #130 
  - We need to jump on this!  DSperoRN   Nov-13-04 02:02 AM   #134 
  - I will e-mail this to DNC voting irregularities address  Ojai Person   Nov-13-04 02:03 AM   #135 
  - kick...  lamp_shade   Nov-13-04 04:11 AM   #136 
  - Caroline County VA has gone dem since 72 and just went Repub.  Duncan   Nov-13-04 07:05 AM   #137 
  - Excellent work, ignatzmouse!  DeStewart   Nov-13-04 08:00 AM   #138 
  - Fantastic Job!  melsmad   Nov-13-04 08:42 AM   #139 
  - My evangelical grandfather and his wife voted Kerry  neohippie   Nov-13-04 09:06 AM   #144 
  - What was the Kerry mandate?  Firenze777   Nov-13-04 09:40 AM   #147 
  - Awesome job!!!!  Esse Quam Videri   Nov-13-04 09:53 AM   #151 
  - Your screen name surely applies !!  Critical Thinker   Nov-13-04 10:33 AM   #155 
  - As A Fellow North Carolinian  Greylyn58   Nov-13-04 10:25 AM   #153 
  - Bowles won, but without pressure to recount he loses twice.  NH_Here_We_Come   Nov-13-04 10:41 AM   #161 
  - Here's to your bleary eyes and sore ass! This is magnificent work!  soulsick in jp   Nov-13-04 10:45 AM   #164 
  - absentee is absentee plus early voters  gercohen   Nov-13-04 11:11 AM   #166 
  - Doesn't this just support the point even more?  bj2110   Nov-13-04 11:43 AM   #167 
     - Yes, it's the cumulative make-up that's important  ignatzmouse   Nov-13-04 12:11 PM   #169 
  - election protection  harborcoat   Nov-13-04 03:21 PM   #176 
  - excellent work  rjbny62   Nov-13-04 03:43 PM   #177 
  - Great work, here's how they'll try to spin it.  rzemanfl   Nov-13-04 04:18 PM   #180 
  - As the bible says  myschkin   Nov-13-04 04:28 PM   #181 
  - Good analysis. It should not be difficult to estimate  valis   Nov-13-04 04:36 PM   #182 
  - I am not a math wizard, but anyone can see these anomalies!  Digit   Nov-13-04 06:52 PM   #186 
  - Here's a way to further confirm  ellent   Nov-13-04 07:04 PM   #187 
  - Great ##s analysis. Wanna see how easy it would be to hack the tabulation  earth2chuck   Nov-13-04 07:13 PM   #188 
  - We need a targeted hand recount and help from the Greens and Libertarians  tarheel_voter   Nov-13-04 08:06 PM   #190 
  - Another contact to send your analysis  rdmccur   Nov-13-04 09:18 PM   #192 
  - Where can i find data for NV %dem %rep voters?  Merrickgds   Nov-13-04 08:19 PM   #191 
  - Completely Debunked  Gracchi   Nov-13-04 09:35 PM   #193 
  - link  Gracchi   Nov-13-04 09:37 PM   #194 
  - It's pretty odd to introduce yourself as a troll  Critical Thinker   Nov-13-04 09:45 PM   #195 
  - Are you kidding me?  Gracchi   Nov-13-04 09:51 PM   #197 
  - Actually, your debunking has been debunked.  pointsoflight   Nov-13-04 09:50 PM   #196 
     - Check Again  Gracchi   Nov-13-04 09:53 PM   #198 
  - I disagree. The analysis is dead on.  tarheel_voter   Nov-13-04 10:19 PM   #199 
     - Synopsis Here, More at Kos  Gracchi   Nov-13-04 10:22 PM   #200 
        - there's a reason they called you a troll on Kos  Critical Thinker   Nov-13-04 10:42 PM   #201 
        - Yeah, just keep saying the same thing...  pointsoflight   Nov-13-04 10:54 PM   #203 
           - But hey, join with us in calling for an audit of the votes...  pointsoflight   Nov-13-04 10:56 PM   #204 
           - Wasn't consistant in ANY vote  Gracchi   Nov-13-04 11:43 PM   #205 
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              - ROFL, proven by whom????  Spazito   Nov-14-04 12:20 AM   #209 
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                    - ROFL! Very nice. There's one more thing, too  txindy   Nov-14-04 01:53 AM   #254 
                    - Not Quite  Gracchi   Nov-14-04 01:54 AM   #255 
                    - Trends of the Day  ignatzmouse   Nov-14-04 03:09 AM   #276 
                       - Even Your Supporters Disagree  Gracchi   Nov-14-04 03:27 AM   #284 
                    - More About Early Voting  Gracchi   Nov-14-04 02:30 AM   #265 
              - Whatever  pointsoflight   Nov-14-04 12:30 AM   #210 
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                 - From YOUR own post  pointsoflight   Nov-14-04 12:53 AM   #214 
                 - He's spending an awful lot of time on something he claims is worthless?  txindy   Nov-14-04 12:58 AM   #216 
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                 - Deleted message  Name removed   Nov-14-04 12:58 AM   #218 
                    - Personal attacks?  pointsoflight   Nov-14-04 01:06 AM   #222 
                       - I've been called a troll at least 100 times today here and at kos  Gracchi   Nov-14-04 01:13 AM   #231 
                       - Look here. We are all supposed to "Move on to 2006."  txindy   Nov-14-04 01:19 AM   #233 
                          - Yes, we are, look at link  Gracchi   Nov-14-04 01:23 AM   #237 
                 - You have proven squat, ...  Spazito   Nov-14-04 12:58 AM   #217 
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                       - Yet you keep "wasting your time"  pointsoflight   Nov-14-04 01:07 AM   #226 
                       - Because I am desperate to save this party  Gracchi   Nov-14-04 01:11 AM   #228 
                          - Fine, I'll give you the benefit of the doubt. BUT...  pointsoflight   Nov-14-04 01:27 AM   #238 
                             - I agree about voter reform, but we have to pick our battles  Gracchi   Nov-14-04 01:33 AM   #241 
                                - You pick your battles, I'll pick mine.  pointsoflight   Nov-14-04 01:37 AM   #243 
                                - True, Would be Nice if we could get along though  Gracchi   Nov-14-04 01:45 AM   #250 
                                - No one has debunked any claims of fraud. Period.  txindy   Nov-14-04 01:39 AM   #245 
                                - One last thing.  pointsoflight   Nov-14-04 02:10 AM   #260 
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                          - look at the Kos diary  Gracchi   Nov-14-04 01:12 AM   #229 
                             - Been there, done that.  Milo_Bloom   Nov-14-04 01:19 AM   #232 
                             - Milo, go look at this for the real motivation here  txindy   Nov-14-04 01:21 AM   #235 
                             - X never = Y, look at chart, you are buying into a lie  Gracchi   Nov-14-04 01:21 AM   #236 
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                                   - I give up on Milo  Gracchi   Nov-14-04 01:38 AM   #244 
                                      - Still Lying I see...  Milo_Bloom   Nov-14-04 01:47 AM   #252 
                                         - How Can numbers be consistant if Republicans are getting jumps?  Gracchi   Nov-14-04 01:58 AM   #256 
                                         - LMAO... Oh stop it.  Milo_Bloom   Nov-14-04 02:05 AM   #258 
                                            - Good lord  Gracchi   Nov-14-04 02:17 AM   #262 
                                            - The hole gets deeper and deeper....  Milo_Bloom   Nov-14-04 02:26 AM   #264 
                                            - Where is 40% coming from? Are you just making this up?  Gracchi   Nov-14-04 02:41 AM   #269 
                                            - LMAO....  Milo_Bloom   Nov-14-04 03:36 AM   #286 
                                         - average margin is 3.2%, why are pres and senate numbers so much higher?  rjbny62   Nov-14-04 10:48 AM   #297 
                                            - I answered this many times  Gracchi   Nov-14-04 02:54 PM   #304 
                                               - you still haven't answered  rjbny62   Nov-14-04 06:55 PM   #338 
                             - Dude, please.  pointsoflight   Nov-14-04 01:29 AM   #239 
              - You really need to watch those accusations  txindy   Nov-14-04 12:54 AM   #215 
  - I've been racking my brain on NC too: great job!  chomskysright   Nov-13-04 10:51 PM   #202 
  - These Democrats Don't Vote  Gracchi   Nov-13-04 11:50 PM   #206 
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        - Quite possible  txindy   Nov-14-04 01:06 AM   #223 
        - Thanks Glad to Be Here  truehawk   Nov-14-04 01:07 AM   #224 
        - Look at my blog  Gracchi   Nov-14-04 01:07 AM   #225 
           - Gracchi, not a presusave analysis  truehawk   Nov-14-04 01:12 AM   #230 
              - Please Just Look at What I've Posted  Gracchi   Nov-14-04 01:19 AM   #234 
                 - And Please Look At What I Just Posted  ignatzmouse   Nov-14-04 01:40 AM   #246 
                 - ROTFL Exactly Ignatz  truehawk   Nov-14-04 01:46 AM   #251 
                 - Responded  Gracchi   Nov-14-04 01:59 AM   #257 
                 - This is Gracchi's fatal flaw...  Milo_Bloom   Nov-14-04 01:40 AM   #247 
                 - What Exit Polls are you Talking About  Gracchi   Nov-14-04 01:43 AM   #249 
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                       - Smaller sample is weighted  Gracchi   Nov-14-04 02:06 AM   #259 
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                             - Just not true  Gracchi   Nov-14-04 02:23 AM   #263 
                                - Your confabulated "debunking seems "Just not true"  truehawk   Nov-14-04 02:30 AM   #266 
                                - And you want the 6pm data  Gracchi   Nov-14-04 02:49 AM   #274 
                                - Keep on digging....  Milo_Bloom   Nov-14-04 02:39 AM   #268 
                                   - Wow, let's recount everywhere  Gracchi   Nov-14-04 02:48 AM   #273 
                                      - There he goes again....  Milo_Bloom   Nov-14-04 03:09 AM   #277 
                                         - You contradict Yourself...for the last time  Gracchi   Nov-14-04 03:17 AM   #279 
                                            - Pathetic....  Milo_Bloom   Nov-14-04 03:39 AM   #287 
                                               - My God, A New Low  Gracchi   Nov-14-04 03:49 AM   #288 
                                                  - Are you kidding????  Milo_Bloom   Nov-14-04 03:59 AM   #290 
                                                  - I have a better idea  no1hedberg   Nov-16-04 02:53 AM   #362 
                 - I read what you posted, AND your Kos Blog  truehawk   Nov-14-04 01:40 AM   #248 
                 - Stop flaming -- this is serious and unclear  DSperoRN   Nov-14-04 02:34 AM   #267 
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                    - What?  Gracchi   Nov-14-04 02:43 AM   #272 
                    - Thank You  Gracchi   Nov-14-04 02:42 AM   #271 
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                       - Response posted further upstream...  ignatzmouse   Nov-14-04 03:20 AM   #283 
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                       - Amen  ignatzmouse   Nov-14-04 03:17 AM   #280 
                       - You're Hiding and Not Responding  Gracchi   Nov-14-04 03:20 AM   #282 
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                       - Follow link...who's the liar here?  Gracchi   Nov-14-04 03:19 AM   #281 
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                          - Analysis in absence of data  truehawk   Nov-14-04 04:29 PM   #320 
                             - That's simply not true and indicates you have not read the thread.  Gracchi   Nov-14-04 04:37 PM   #323 
  - The NC results are not necessarily representative of the whole nation  gandalf   Nov-14-04 05:58 AM   #293 
  - To correct myself:  gandalf   Nov-14-04 07:55 AM   #295 
     - Please, let's get back on topic  joubert   Nov-14-04 10:30 AM   #296 
        - Thank you, joubert, for that well-done -- and calm -- analysis  txindy   Nov-14-04 12:52 PM   #298 
        - My suggestion: This analysis should be done for another state  gandalf   Nov-14-04 01:15 PM   #299 
        - Other States  ignatzmouse   Nov-14-04 04:08 PM   #312 
        - Rephrased for Clarity. Fraud Seems Unlikely.  Gracchi   Nov-14-04 03:01 PM   #305 
           - There's a big difference between +3 and +9  joubert   Nov-14-04 04:00 PM   #310 
           - All possible, but not suggested by results  Gracchi   Nov-14-04 04:16 PM   #314 
           - So we have viable, testable, alternative hypotheses.  pointsoflight   Nov-14-04 04:00 PM   #311 
           - Yes (n/t)  understandinglife   Nov-14-04 04:17 PM   #315 
           - I suppose, but a very low priority  Gracchi   Nov-14-04 04:19 PM   #317 
           - Yes: High Priority: Now: Not in 2006 (n/t)  understandinglife   Nov-14-04 04:30 PM   #321 
           - Broken Record Technique.  truehawk   Nov-14-04 04:11 PM   #313 
           - Same thing over and over  Gracchi   Nov-14-04 04:25 PM   #319 
              - Does this guy sound like a Canadian??  truehawk   Nov-14-04 04:36 PM   #322 
              - Good god  Gracchi   Nov-14-04 04:40 PM   #324 
              - Hey Gracchi  BlueDog2u   Nov-19-04 09:40 PM   #371 
           - do you believe in santa claus?  myschkin   Nov-14-04 04:19 PM   #316 
              - Did you not see the 6pm exit polls?  Gracchi   Nov-14-04 04:22 PM   #318 
                 - Link please  truehawk   Nov-14-04 04:45 PM   #325 
                 - Good lord, you think this is the inquisition?  Gracchi   Nov-14-04 04:50 PM   #326 
                    - About what I would expect from you  truehawk   Nov-14-04 04:55 PM   #327 
                    - Still no "exit poll" link for 6 PM from NC  truehawk   Nov-14-04 04:56 PM   #328 
                    - It's in the Kos diary  Gracchi   Nov-14-04 05:02 PM   #329 
                    - Post it here then  truehawk   Nov-14-04 05:12 PM   #331 
                    - dKos diary link provided, here...  understandinglife   Nov-14-04 05:15 PM   #333 
                    - I wrote this here before but I don't see it now  truehawk   Nov-14-04 05:11 PM   #330 
                       - I dealt with that complaint two posts ago  Gracchi   Nov-14-04 05:14 PM   #332 
                          - Here is a link to the exit poll date  truehawk   Nov-14-04 06:04 PM   #334 
                          - I am a North Carolina Democrat  no1hedberg   Nov-16-04 03:15 AM   #363 
                 - do you k n o w anything?  myschkin   Nov-15-04 05:14 AM   #346 
                    - Kick  truehawk   Nov-15-04 12:07 PM   #352 
  - Are county-by-county results available?  gradstudent   Nov-14-04 02:47 PM   #302 
  - NC State Board of Elections  ignatzmouse   Nov-14-04 03:53 PM   #308 
  - Re: Nebraska  LiberalAndProud   Nov-14-04 06:06 PM   #335 
  - This guy, Gracchi  nephalim   Nov-14-04 06:19 PM   #336 
  - If nothing else, at least he's prolific  Critical Thinker   Nov-14-04 07:52 PM   #341 
  - A 13 hour period??  truehawk   Nov-14-04 11:03 PM   #345 
     - yes, 128 posts during 13 hour period  Critical Thinker   Nov-15-04 06:14 AM   #348 
  - Hi  understandinglife   Nov-14-04 07:59 PM   #342 
  - I agree  truehawk   Nov-14-04 11:01 PM   #344 
     - What can be done about the posts from Gracchi?  skyted   Nov-19-04 09:01 PM   #370 
  - Nice work, just checking it out now.  govegan   Nov-14-04 07:40 PM   #339 
  - Excellent Work  jkd   Nov-14-04 08:29 PM   #343 
  - Elcellent, looking forward to your county by county results  truehawk   Nov-15-04 08:04 AM   #349 
  - kick  EMP   Nov-15-04 09:51 AM   #350 
  - A Broad Simple Test  ignatzmouse   Nov-15-04 10:16 AM   #351 
  - Your idea  rdmccur   Nov-15-04 05:44 PM   #357 
  - Has been distributed to one State AG...  understandinglife   Nov-15-04 11:49 PM   #358 
  - Kick  truehawk   Nov-15-04 12:08 PM   #353 
  - kick  truehawk   Nov-15-04 02:23 PM   #354 
  - kick  truehawk   Nov-15-04 03:36 PM   #355 
     - kick  truehawk   Nov-15-04 03:37 PM   #356 
  - Have you plotted the Senate/ Pres races against devices used?  agitprops   Nov-16-04 06:12 AM   #364 
  - Device drivers  ignatzmouse   Nov-16-04 04:50 PM   #366 
  - kick  truehawk   Nov-19-04 09:51 PM   #372 
  - Thanks I am looking farward to your analysis  truehawk   Nov-19-04 09:52 PM   #373 
  - other states  rdmccur   Nov-16-04 11:37 PM   #367 
     - again other states  rdmccur   Nov-21-04 07:13 PM   #389 
  - Wow. Good job.  RubyCat   Nov-17-04 09:07 PM   #368 
  - Soros  rdmccur   Nov-17-04 11:33 PM   #369 
     - How do I forward message to Soros?  Vote4Kerry   Nov-20-04 01:07 AM   #379 
        - Soros  rdmccur   Nov-20-04 11:25 AM   #382 
  - NC Elections like a Trainwreck...Gaston County developing....  WillYourVoteBCounted   Nov-19-04 10:39 PM   #375 
  - Guilford Guile  ignatzmouse   Nov-20-04 09:49 AM   #381 
     - Ignatz analysis at NC Verified Voting: MUST SEE  chomskysright   Nov-20-04 03:22 PM   #385 
        - http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ncverifiablevoting  chomskysright   Nov-20-04 03:23 PM   #386 
  - Kick  scurvy_n_disastrous   Nov-20-04 08:30 AM   #380 
  - Kick  truehawk   Nov-20-04 12:29 PM   #383 
  - Kick  scurvy_n_disastrous   Nov-20-04 03:18 PM   #384 
  - Need to email "ignatmouse" but...  guiermo   Nov-21-04 09:25 AM   #388 
  - Kick n/t  scurvy_n_disastrous   Nov-21-04 08:15 PM   #391 
  - great job! kick  symphony   Nov-21-04 07:44 PM   #390 
 

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