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Even in Venezuela in their elections they had a paper trail for their computers

//www.washingtondispatch.com/spectrum/archives/000715.html

Palm Beach County Logs 88,000 More Votes Than Voters

November 5, 2004 04:56 PM

According to the official election results posted on the Palm Beach County election website
[//www.pbcelections.org/ElectionResults/2004/General/Gen04_dtl.htm 542,835 ballots were cast for a presidential candidate while only 454,427 voters turned out for the election (including absentee). This leaves a discrepancy of 88,408 votes cast for the presidential candidates.

Palm Beach County's supervisor of elections is Theresa LePore who is known for the 2000 Presidential Election and the notorious "butterfly ballot" that caused confusion among seniors and other Floridians.

Other election oddities //ustogether.org/Florida_Election.htm occurred throughout Florida with some counties registering a 400% increase in expected voter turnout among Republicans while Democrats supposedly experienced a -60% decline in expected support within certain counties. The 50+ counties experiencing the high percentage fluctuations in expected turnout used optical scan voting machines on November 2nd.

Vote discrepancies were also found in Gahanna, Ohio which gave an extra 4,000 votes to President Bush. The error was explained away by Franklin County administrators as a "glitch" in the electronic voting system.

Update: Palm Beach County has updated their numbers and added 91,802 absentee ballots and 1,041 provisional ballots. The vote totals for president increased by 1,543. To view an archived copy of the previous report, click here //www.washingtondispatch.com/spectrum/pbcturnout.htm .

While Palm Beach County appears to have accounted for the discrepancy, this underscores the flaws in the system and data compilation.

For more information, see Shane Cory's latest commentary, Should America Trust the Results of the Election?
//www.washingtondispatch.com/article_10500.shtml


Informant: Cort Greene
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