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    Re: Prosser gains 7,500 votes in Waukesha County

    Quote Originally Posted by Barbbtx View Post
    It seems her mistake was not "saving" it to the data she was sending AP. They were never lost or suddenly found. There was also 14,000 not 7500unreported.
    Wis. county corrects Supreme Court race vote count to give incumbent Prosser 7,500-vote edge - 4/7/2011 8:32:32 PM | Newser
    Waukesha County Clerk Kathy Nickolaus said more than 14,000 votes weren't reported to The Associated Press on Tuesday due to "human error." Nickolaus previously worked for a GOP caucus that was under the control of Justice David Prosser, who was speaker of the Assembly at the time and who now stands to benefit from the clerk's error.
    "This is not a case of extra votes or extra ballots being found," Nickolaus said. "This is human error, which I apologize for."
    Nickolaus said the most significant error occurred when she entered totals from the city of Brookfield, a suburb of Milwaukee, but they were not saved.
    And there's a big question.

    Who cares if the correct vote totals were not reported to the AP the first time out? The AP has no juridiction of any sort. The report that matters goes to the Secretary of State, in a formal certifying letter.

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    Re: Prosser gains 7,500 votes in Waukesha County

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    and neither is the subject of this thread but you managed to obsessively work both in just the same.
    Actually, election fraud IS the topic of this thread, and as such, the successful attempt by Franken to steal his election and the unsuccessful attempt by Gore to steal Bush's election are both valid sub-topics for this thread. We could also discuss the political antics of Acorn and other community organizers. We could be following the tax payer dollars that flow from the producers through the politicians to the public employee, some of which is siphoned right off the top into the hands of the union leadership which redirects a percentage directly back to the politicians agreeing to the outlandish wages.

    This thread is about voter fraud, and that fraud leads to discussions of corruption, too. At present it would be premature to discuss the role of the unions in this particular election, this thread should still be focused on voter fraud.

    The presentation of proper analogy is suitable in all threads.

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    Re: Prosser gains 7,500 votes in Waukesha County

    Quote Originally Posted by Barbbtx View Post
    Exaggerate much? The woman failed to send all the preliminary results to the Associated Press.
    That wasn't an exageration, oh no. They truly beleive that the successful election of Prosser is a monumental screw-up in their efforts to override the will of the people to restore sanity to Wisconsin's governance. Note that when their political efforts failed they immediately turned to corrupting the courts to bypass the people's expressed will.

    What is happening in Wisconsin is a microcosm of what America can expect from it's internal enemies in the next election cycle and the one's following.

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    Re: Prosser gains 7,500 votes in Waukesha County

    Quote Originally Posted by Whovian View Post
    yup. just as I feared. You truly do not comprehend the similarity. Oh well.
    Mayor Snorkum says that you are wrong and the similarities are understood perfectly. Admitting those similarities is tantamount to confessing defeat, so they're going to play dumb, instead.

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    Re: Prosser gains 7,500 votes in Waukesha County

    Quote Originally Posted by Mayor Snorkum View Post
    Actually, election fraud IS the topic of this thread, and as such, the successful attempt by Franken to steal his election and the unsuccessful attempt by Gore to steal Bush's election are both valid sub-topics for this thread. We could also discuss the political antics of Acorn and other community organizers. We could be following the tax payer dollars that flow from the producers through the politicians to the public employee, some of which is siphoned right off the top into the hands of the union leadership which redirects a percentage directly back to the politicians agreeing to the outlandish wages.

    This thread is about voter fraud, and that fraud leads to discussions of corruption, too. At present it would be premature to discuss the role of the unions in this particular election, this thread should still be focused on voter fraud.

    The presentation of proper analogy is suitable in all threads.
    Your political hackery is showing. Yes, Bush won his election fair and square. So did Franken. And it looks like Prosser won his fair and square too. The problem with you is pretty much the same as the problem with the political hacks on the Liberal side of the aisle. Your side wins? It's fair. Other guys win? I see nothing but whining. You are not any different than the Liberal hacks in that regard. A hack is a hack is a hack. Only the stripes are different.
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    Re: Prosser gains 7,500 votes in Waukesha County

    Quote Originally Posted by buck View Post
    Based on the numbers i've seen, as of today and with the canvassing currently taking place in WI, Prosser picked up enough votes to take the lead from Kloppenburg even without this extra 7500 votes being placed in his column.

    A bunch of the counties made errors in their vote totals (as always happens) they provided to the AP. Obviously none as big as forgetting a city, but still. It is very common. I think the real problem is Klopenburg declaring victory just 200 unofficial votes up. What a maroon.

    Congressmen Tom Campbell, CA, declared victory in his Senate primary contest against Bruce Herschensohn when only 3% of the precincts were in and Campbell was trailing. Even the media commentators picked up on that one. Campbell's seizure of the concession initiative was later found to be premature and Herschensohn was declared the California GOP's nominee. He later lost in the general election because, of course, of sleazy tactics by the Boxer campaign on the eve of the election.

    Oh, wait, that was an analogous case and the Mayor is not certain some people here will understand it's purpose. Too many people will now proceed to post and complain that this forum should not be used for off-topic practice in the spelling of the name "Herchensohn".

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    Re: Prosser gains 7,500 votes in Waukesha County

    Quote Originally Posted by danarhea View Post
    Your political hackery is showing. Yes, Bush won his election fair and square. So did Franken. And it looks like Prosser won his fair and square too. The problem with you is pretty much the same as the problem with the political hacks on the Liberal side of the aisle. Your side wins? It's fair. Other guys win? I see nothing but whining. You are not any different than the Liberal hacks in that regard. A hack is a hack is a hack. Only the stripes are different.
    No.

    YOUR political hackery is showing. Franken did not win the election. That's why he needed more votes than voters from some precincts.

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    Re: Prosser gains 7,500 votes in Waukesha County

    Quote Originally Posted by Mayor Snorkum View Post
    No.

    YOUR political hackery is showing. Franken did not win the election. That's why he needed more votes than voters from some precincts.
    Got some proof of that? If so, then you know more than Tim Pawlenty, who certified that election. And when I say proof, I mean hard evidence, not some opinion piece from myguylostsoiamwhining.com.
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    Re: Prosser gains 7,500 votes in Waukesha County

    Quote Originally Posted by Mayor Snorkum View Post
    No.

    YOUR political hackery is showing. Franken did not win the election. That's why he needed more votes than voters from some precincts.
    Nope, Danarhea is quite correct in his posting. But some are so drenched in partisan blinding they can never truly see the light.

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    Re: Prosser gains 7,500 votes in Waukesha County

    Quote Originally Posted by Mayor Snorkum View Post
    Not one of votes was "tainted". The error was clerical in nature, and there's no indication that any ballot was defaced in any way.
    That her performance in that position should be reviewed goes without saying. To blindly assume she should be sacked after catching the error is unwarranted.
    She should be sacked for her egregious failure to follow established cyber-security practices with sensitive data. But as an elected official I am not sure if that is an option.
    I may be wrong.

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