Mitofsky raw data showed that Kerry had won the presidency in 2004; the GOP disses exit polls, which will not be held in nineteen "non-swing" states this year; and raw data are massaged these days to match machine results; voter turnout in Humboldt County, California, is double that of any other in the state because of its requirement of recounts via the totally transparent Trachtenberg system. Its election officer Carolyn Cernich, who opted for this method, was voted the most popular in her category by the people, a form of positive reinforcement that should proliferate.
"Let's restart trust," she said. So few want to vote this year.
Questions from the audience followed, but the real question, that of the outcome of the Fitrakis-Arnebeck attempt at a restraining order #2:12CV1015 in Ohio, was the ultimate question, unanswered until today.