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OnTheOtherHand Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Apr-12-11 04:49 AM
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188. two different sets of people
From memory, about 15,000 votes from Brookfield were added (compared to the unofficial totals), while about 18,000 more votes were reported in the Supreme Court contest than the next highest total. (I think you have "14" in your mind because it apparently is 14.4% of the total votes.)

That next highest total was in a county circuit court race that was decided by a 2:1 margin, so the gap isn't facially all that surprising. But if it is way off, that should be pretty obvious from the ballots. One could probably form a pretty good judgment by riffling through a few wards'-worth.
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