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Sat Dec 3, 2016, 03:56 AM

WI Recount Pics of ballots not counted by machines, but manual recounts is including

http://www.palmerreport.com/news/wisconsin-votes-uncovered-recount-counting-machines-missed/329/

(photos couldn't be taken of the actual ballots, so observers created these using sample ballots to show the type of votes that the machines missed and are now included due to the manual votes)

Voter wrote in name versus filling in the bubble
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Voter circled the name versus filling in the bubble
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Reply WI Recount Pics of ballots not counted by machines, but manual recounts is including (Original post)
iluvtennis Dec 2016 OP
MichMan Dec 2016 #1
FBaggins Dec 2016 #2
MichMan Dec 2016 #3
DeminPennswoods Dec 2016 #4

Response to iluvtennis (Original post)

Sat Dec 3, 2016, 06:10 AM

1. Obvious examples of Russian hacking n/t

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Response to MichMan (Reply #1)

Sat Dec 3, 2016, 08:33 AM

2. No kidding

Then there's this:

The author claims

In other instances, voters circled the name of the candidate they were attempting to vote for, because the instructions never did say anything about how they were supposed to mark the candidate they were voting for


Despite clear instructions right there on the sample ballot he uses add an illustration.

Are we down to hoping that thousands more democrats are unable to follow instructions than republicans?

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Response to FBaggins (Reply #2)

Sat Dec 3, 2016, 12:03 PM

3. I thought we are the educated ones? n/t

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Response to iluvtennis (Original post)

Sat Dec 3, 2016, 12:29 PM

4. You'd be surprised at how creative people are

when you don't want them to be. Years ago, I helped process forms for procurement quantities. The codes were few and simple, but there were always forms that had revisions with the codes in the wrong place or codes written wrong and what-have-you. That was why the forms had to be checked by a person before being sent for automated processing.

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