it gets worse
paul-finkelman at UTULSA.EDU
Tue Nov 14 18:19:54 PST 2000
perahps we add increase candidats by the% of the votes they got in the counties
with the predictible undercount; that is in the punch card counties everyone
gets a much higher % increase (because we know the punchcard is more prone to
error) and in the other counties we increase less based on the more efficient
reading of the machines.
Chapman Distinguished Professor
University of Tulsa College of Law
3120 East 4th Place
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74104-2499
paul-finkelman at utulsa.edu
Michael McConnell wrote:
> Suppose there is sufficient evidence to show that the manual recount was
> fraught with inconsistent rulings and partisan judgments, whereas the
> machine count is prone to a predictable, but stable and random, undercount.
> (I am not saying that is so, I am just thinking about the possibilities.)
> What happens then?
> Michael McConnell
> University of Utah College of Law
> 332 South 1400 East Rm. 101
> Salt Lake City, UT 84112
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