UPDATE: Ron Paul Places Strong Second by DP dataSubmitted by Dr.K.Research on Mon, 02/06/2012 - 00:54
I did an analysis of all the votes posted by actual Poll spotters, Paul people, at about 60 precincts. These are highly likely to be as close as uncorrupted as possible:
Vote totals are as follows:
These people either posted here or on the Nevada RP facebook site. Note: there were many times when the Grinch only got 0 or two, like Santorum. Look, these are regular people. For now, let's assume it correct. It's what we have all been saying: a strong showing for Dr. Paul at 31%, a strong second. Gingrich only gets about 13% and Santorum at 6.4%. Looks like they gave about 12 percentage points of Paul's away, maybe more.
Look, the figures for Romney in this are 49%, right on the spot. Keep your spirts up. You did take second place. Two resignations are to escape their complicity. Don't trust the recount either.
At 71 precincts the mad media had Romney at 48%, Grich 23%, and Paul 19%. This group is approx. 60 precincts. The fix is obvious. This is not that much different than the 4% they used to beat us up, fraudulently putting Gingrich in our faces.
We did get second, no matter what the recount shows. It's up to us to man those polls.
People, this is how easy it will be from now on if we get the results in advance and on tape.
Sources: http://www.facebook.com/RP2012NV and this site
Included below is B. Harris article, www.blackboxvoting.org
2/12 VIDEOTAPED VOTE ALTERATION SHOWS IMPORTANCE OF CAPTURING THE COUNT ON FILM - An incident in Maine follows the important alert by Iowa citizen Edward True. In Iowa, Edward True noticed the wrong vote total being reported in his precinct, altering the winner of the presidential race. He blew the whistle on it.
An investigation in Maine is proceeding after Jeannine Oren, a former news anchor for WMTB-8 in Portland, noticed that her own vote had been changed in a public meeting on a budget issue. She caught the vote alteration on videotape.
Read this detailed article on videotaped vote alteration in Casco, Maine here in The Independent: http://www.independentpub.com/story.asp?pubId=wi&artId=13282...
While reading the Casco article, those who are emotionally invested in the Republican presidential primary might also want to ponder this: Several Nevada caucus locations prohibited media observation, and in Clark County where it WAS allowed, a reporter from the Los Angeles Times was kicked out. She was called a "spy" when she attempted to witness the caucus.
READ FULL ARTICLE ON THE "SPY": http://www.latimes.com/news/politics/la-pn-shes-a-spy-report...
While caucus activities are generally more transparent than standard elections -- at least participants can witness the count -- paranoia about allowing the media (or anyone else) to watch the counting does facilitate results reporting fraud.
Let's go back to that town meeting in Maine, where Oren was surprised to see her own vote altered in results reports:
According to The Independent, when Oren saw incorrect vote tallies in a local newspaper, she called the reporter's attention to the discrepancy. The Finance Committee had changed vote totals to a false unanimous result on a land deal. Then Oren, and Jennifer Murray, whose vote was also altered, each wrote to the Finance Committee hoping to see the problem addressed.
Here's why it is so crucial to get video: As is typical in these situations, Dave Morton, the town manager in Casco, dismissed their concerns and said that the correct vote tally would be presented to the public when the relevant article came up for discussion at the town meeting. As you may recall, the Appanoose County Republican Chair had a similar reaction when Edward True pointed out an incorrect results report.
Vigilant citizens made enough noise about the incorrect Iowa tally that the Republican chair had to back down, and further investigation into incorrect results in Iowa revealed many more discrepancies. The winner was reversed, in Iowa, and the Republican state chairman resigned.
The stink in Casco, unfortunately, did not ricochet around the blogosphere and no one seemed to pay attention (except Oren and Murray) when at the Casco town meeting, the Finance Committee again reported the wrong vote total.