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OnTheOtherHand Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Apr-11-11 07:17 PM
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98. hmmmmmm
What backs up her story -- at least the part that bears on the election outcome -- is that the vote totals add up. Brookfield city released its vote counts independently on election night. That doesn't settle all the questions, but it's pretty important.

As for why the Brookfield numbers weren't included, she could be fudging about that, or she may really not remember clearly what happened. In fairness, it can be hard to reconstruct exactly what one did on a computer a few seconds later, never mind hours or days. Of course that's why Waukesha should have better procedures in place.

There could be a brilliant fraud scheme behind this, but so far I haven't seen anyone come close to explaining one. Do you have an idea?

Remember the township in Ohio during Bush/Kerry where more votes were counted than the place had registered voters.

Pretty clever these rascals.

What is clever about having more votes counted than registered voters? Those results couldn't possibly hold up, and they didn't. They didn't even help to contribute to an early call for Bush, so if someone rigged them -- which is far from obvious -- it's also far from obvious that the effort did any "good."
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