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OnTheOtherHand Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jun-16-07 09:03 AM
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66. well, maybe
The most interesting part of the Lehto and Hoffman paper, unfortunately, appears in an appendix that AFAIK has never been distributed. That would be the documentation supporting Chart 2 on page 18. Chart 4 is sort of interesting, but the authors inexplicably disregard an obvious alternative explanation: other machines in the same polling places have similar results because those polling places were more Republican in the first place. In the aggregate, Snohomish came out about where one would expect.

But anyway, the question I'm trying to ask is: in what way, if at all, do you think the current study sheds light on where votes may have been miscounted?
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