All right. I've tried that and read the links. The first one, a CNN article, has been pulled due to "The requested object does not exist on this server. The link you followed is either outdated, inaccurate, or the server has been instructed not to let you have it." The next one is an editorial, not news, the next two after that are threads on a Democrat forum. Then we get to The Washington Dispatch, which corrects its story because the original story didn't have all the facts. I recommend reading it, even though it is almost an editorial piece itself.
Farther down the line, we see editorial after editorial...I'm beginning to wonder how much of this "story" is actual news, and not just some ed writer's speculation. Anyhow, I'm off to get some breakfast.
An Election Day filled with unexpected twists ended with a familiar question: What went wrong with the network exit polls? In two previous national elections, the exit polls had behaved badly. Premature calls by the networks in Florida led to a congressional investigation in 2000. Two years later, a computer meltdown resulted in no release of data on Election Day. http://www.breakfornews.com/articles/WashPost-A23580-2004Nov3.htm
542,835 ballots were cast for a presidential candidate while only 454,427 voters turned out for the election (including absentee). This leaves a discrepancy of 88,408 votes cast for the presidential candidates.
things like this...read the links.
I said before, I can't beleive this is true...somehow, these figures are skewed...I hope...maybe there's an explanation for things like this...I need to see the explanation, or the discredit of these numbers