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Ohio recount

Filed under: — adam @ 10:30 am

Although I can’t find anything about it on the LP or GP sites, is reporting that the Ohio recount fundraising goal has been reached, and there will be a recount.

"The Libertarian and Green parties have collected the needed $113,600, so there will be a recount in Ohio. Ralph Nader is also asking for a recount in New Hampshire. If nothing else, these recounts will give us two data points for the popular vote in each state so we will be able to compute the standard deviations. We are all used to the concept of margin of error caused by the statistical sampling used in polls, but it may take some getting used to if there is a substantial statistical error in counting the actual votes."

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