Provisional & Absentee Ballot Increases May Mean Close State Contests
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10/31/2008 11:31 AM
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Nitty gritty: In states where vote is close the MSM WILL NOT be able to call winners in races where the total provisional and absentee votes amount to as much/more than the 'margin' between candidates on regular, 'counted as they are voted' votes.
"The logical consequence is that the rate of absentee and provisional ballots may have overtaken the unofficial reported margin between candidates in several States.
It is therefore very likely that the press and candidates will *not* be able to call close elections in several states on Election Night -
and must wait days or possibly weeks until sufficient absentee and provisional ballots are evaluated for eligibility and counted or even possibly contested by candidates."
Is this old news?
I feel it is important for US to be prepared for this.
What if the MSM announces a winner, and after all is counted, the other candidate actually has the win?
Maybe a more popular poster could get more exposure on this?