Monday, November 10, 2008

Number of Uncounted Votes in Alaska Getting BIGGER, Not Smaller....

Just in from David Shurtleff, Ethan Berkowitz's Communications Director:

Here's some more number crunching from the DOE. Looks like we are now up to 90,000 uncounted votes (and it has the potential to just keep getting higher...)

Weird, huh?

Here are some numbers:


As of 4:46 p.m. Yesterday, there were

60,950 absentee ballots
9,507 early ballots
20,178 questioned ballots

90,635 total uncounted ballots


Unknown said...

Thank you for continuing to post these updates. I do not know what to make of the continuing growth in votes. I am just hoping for a return to sanity in the outcome.

Anonymous said...

I think the fix is in. Look at how many newly discovered votes have suddenly been found in Mat-Su, Area 1, 34-36. It's stunning that so many absentees, early votes, and questioned ballots should suddenly emerge from those areas.

Anonymous said...

Hey Rocky! Wanna see me pull a rabbit outa my a$$ I mean hat!

I miss that show. Where's Dudley when you really need him eh?

Anonymous said...

More like "Watch me pull votes out of my ***. Suddenly Mat-Su finds nearly 1000 "Questionable Votes", and 3500 Absentee, And 1600 newly discovered absentees in areas 33-36, and massive new amounts in Area 27-32? All heavily Republican areas?

Someone needs to call in the Feds!

Anonymous said...

How is this possible?

Philip Munger said...

Trust me, folks, a lot of professional people are working on this right now, from within the Democratic Party, both in Alaska and from Outside. I can't say more, but I agree it may require a closer look by law enforcement if some anomalies don't clear up during Wednesday's count. I'll be there.