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Wilms Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Aug-06-10 11:08 AM
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10. You say 1% is huge in CA, without suggesting a reported margin.
Edited on Fri Aug-06-10 11:17 AM by Wilms
So how wide a race before you claim 1% is huge? A 5, or 10% margin? How 'bout for a 1% margin? Still "huge"?

Statistically speaking, what confidence percentage do these other states' audits provide in close statewide elections?

For even more fun, tell our readers the chance of any of these catching jack-shit in a <statewide contest.

OTOH, if an audit designed to verify a vote can't do that it is "u s e l e s s" except for those paid to BS about them.

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