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Botany Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Apr-14-11 04:23 AM
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8. And in 2004 Waukesha County had unusually high .....
..... turn out of registered voters. With some precincts in the high 80 to 90%
turn out #s. Nationally the average is around 55 to maybe 60%. Again these
#s were produced w/ Nickolaus as county clerk.

Funny every time there has been a discrepancy of the vote it has always favored
the republicans. If this was random chance then it would be 50 50 R v D.
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