Obama Gets Majority Of 140% Florida Vote, Wins The State

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People in St. Lucie County, Florida voted early and voted often.

www.slcelections.com/Pdf Docs/2012 General/GEMS SOVC REPORT.pdf

Nothing to see here …. move along

PUBLIC NOTICE OF MEETING

AN EMERGENCY MEETING FOR THE CANVASSING BOARD HAS BEEN SCHEDULED FOR SUNDAY NOVEMBER 11, 2012 AT 7:00 AM AT THE SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS OFFICE, 4132 OKEECHOBEE ROAD

THE PURPOSE OF THE MEETING IS TO RECOUNT ALL BALLOTS CAST DURING EARLY VOTING

St Lucie County Supervisor of Elections

h/t to Does Anyone Really Believe These Results? | suyts space

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24 Responses to Obama Gets Majority Of 140% Florida Vote, Wins The State

  1. suyts says:

    Yeh, I can’t believe West won’t concede with such results…….. weird.

  2. “Thursday’s report, from the Center for the Study of the American Electorate, put 2012 voter turnout at 57.5% of all eligible voters, compared to 62.3% who voted in 2008 and 60.4% who cast ballots in 2004. In 2000, the turnout rate was 54.2%.”

    Given that the voter turn out in the real world is ~60% one may conclude that the good folks of St. Lucie county are averaging two votes each. Probably something to do with those Florida Power & Light nukes they live with.

  3. tckev says:

    Steve you’re using raw data again.
    When all the election results a subjected to the correct degree renormalization, averaging, and statistically readjusted with HansenSoft(c) results-giver, computer modeling software, it will be as clear as the ear in your mouth, that Obama won all the wards, counties, and states, honestly fairly*, and within the error-bars.

    ‘honestly and fairly’ logo is copyright HansenSoft.

  4. Ben says:

    The ballot was comprised of two cards, not one.. Each voter cast two cards, so the turnout was 70.5%, not 141.

    Lets get back to the 99% Philly fraud, the poll watchers ejected, and 100% Cleveland fraud.

    This story was planted to make conservative sites look foolish, and minimize the impact of real voter fraud.

    • The turnout numbers shown above are from the St. Lucie County Supervisor of Elections web site.

      Comments like yours really piss me off.

      On Sun, Nov 11, 2012 at 2:04 AM, Real Science

      • Even tho I am disappointed in the results of the election, it pays to read source documents and check the facts. The calculations on the ballot results in the district in question included a count of 2 ballots for each voter each with different items on them, for an actual voter turnout of 70%. While the 141% number actually appear on the district final results page, it was a percentage ratio of ballot sheets cast to voters voting. This kind of missing detail makes the right look just as kooky as the left. As a florida absentee voter, I also had 2 separate papers filled, both sides with candidates, ballot initiatives, and proposed amendments to the Florida Constitution. I only had one vote per question, there were just 4 pages of questions on 2 ballot sheets. I only got one place to vote for Romney in those 4 pages.

  5. Andy DC says:

    Well, at least this time Florida doesn’t really matter.

  6. Why is this not in the National News (the media bias) and Fox? Nearly every state has reported the same sort of outcome and NO ONE is talking about it. Ohio, Pennsylvania, Florida – the list goes on and on

  7. David K says:

    see: http://www.slcelections.com/

    “NOTE* – TURNOUT PERCENTAGES WILL SHOW OVER 100% DUE TO A TWO PAGE BALLOT. THE TABULATION SYSTEM (GEMS) PROVIDES VOTER TURNOUT AS EQUAL TO THE TOTAL CARDS CAST IN THE ELECTION DIVIDED BY THE NUMBER OF REGISTERED VOTERS. ALSO NOTE THAT SOME VOTERS CHOSE NOT TO RETURN BY MAIL THE SECOND CARD CONTAINING THE AMENDMENTS.”

    Interesting system that can lead to misinterpretations of data.

  8. ThFerret@gmx.com says:

    This is from the St. Lucie County Supervisor of elections web site: note* – turnout percentages will show over 100% due to a two page ballot. the tabulation system (GEMS) provides voter turnout as equal to the total cards cast in the election divided by the number of registered voters. also note that some voters chose not to return by mail the second card containing the amendments.

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