2006 by the numbers

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  1. SGInsider says:

    You HAVE to count write-in votes, that is at least another 200 votes in each executive race. You guys are chasing ghosts, but if that’s what you want to spend your time doing be my guest. Be assured every student who voted for president or treasurer had their votes counted for. No paper ballots were thrown out for an executive race. 19 of the 129 paper ballots had over votes for Senate and those sentae votes had to be thrown out and the ballots documented as disputed. Even those disputed ballots were counted in the executive races because their vote choice was clear and undisputed. I encourage all of you to go to the third floor and ask to see the paper ballots and count them yourselves.

  2. Ken says:

    I saw the list of write-in votes that were reported. They aren’t “at least another 200 votes”. In fact, the Treasurer has a shocking 45 write-ins. (9,636 with write-ins, 9,591 without.) Double your check your math before spouting your “insider” information.

    That still doesn’t explain how an election with higher turnout yields fewer votes for Senate, unless people are increasingly refusing to vote for more than one person in those multiple-seat colleges.

  3. Gatorman-UF says:

    Better way to add everything from the Susan 4 treasurer is the extended figures.

    People per hour over the 2 days (page 26 of 27). The numbers come out to 9742 including 127 paper ballots and 2 absentee ballots(numbers reported during election, if it is more than that’s not what Erika said) at the election.

    still 500 missing

  4. Anonymous says:

    One number that you really missed is the vote totals for Jared/Brandon and Ryan. These are probably the strangest of them all.

    Jared/Brandon got exactly 4300.
    Ryan got exactly 4400.

    Now tell me, what are the odds of that? In combination with the late election results, Acceleration walking in late WITH Erika Kane, and the one designated party official that IS allowed in the ballot counting room not being allowed to either watch the ballots be counted or be allowed to leave, tell me this doesn’t scream of something fishy???

  5. Anonymous says:

    Yes, the results of the election are suspicious, given the large gap between John Boyles/Lydia Washington and Ryan Moseley. I mean, would 1,000 voters that voted for John just simply ignore the Treasurer option? Or did these people split their vote to John Boyles and Lola or Susan?

    The fact that Justin Bell was not allowed to supervise the counting is deeply troubling too.

  6. Kevin says:

    they voted Boyles and susan. it is fairly obv.

  1. 10/17/06

    chasing ghosts

    Interesting post. I came across this blog by accident, but it was a good accident. I have now bookmarked your blog for future use. Best wishes. Sofia Vergara.

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