>It could *also* indicate confused voters, or maybe voters who screwed up and
>didn't know enough to ask for another ballot. Why do you automatically see
>conspiracies everywhere? It doesn't mean that they got 19000 ballots all in
>one chunk with double-punches (indicative of somebody tampering).
If it were a matter of confused voters, then there should be an equal number of
ballots tossed aside in every county, yes? From a statistical point of view,
there are no more confused people in Palm Beach than, say, Dade County.
But this is concentrated in Palm Beach, a noticeably liberal, democratic
stronghold. No other county had anywhere NEAR that much.
And again, as stated elsewhere, this has happened in that exact county before,
in '96, only noboby TOLD them that 15,000 of their votes were thrown aside
And this is the same state in which the mayoral election was overturned in '93
for voter fraud and corruption.
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