Smoking gun stats: Nationwide GOP election fraud against Ron PaulSubmitted by kvc on Sat, 10/27/2012 - 14:34
Maybe you've seen a statistical analysis of election fraud for one state or another, but the paper linked here shows GOP fraud in both the 2012 GOP presidential primaries and the 2008 general election (for McCain). Exception states in 2012 are Utah and Puerto Rico.
Ron Paul, statistically, should have had an extra 70,000 votes nationally, while Romney somehow got more than 1,200,000 beyond what statistics show he should have received.
Figure 6 tells the story. Romney benefited from about 70,000 votes missing from Ron Paul's total, 500,000 from Gingrich's, and 580,000 from Santorum's -- a total of over 1,200,000 votes that surprisingly wound up in Mitt's column. From these figures it's hard to estimate what damage was done to the Paul campaign. It would be interesting to see how states like Nevada, Maine, and Arizona were affected, for they might have given Paul a CLEAR plurality of support from those states, making it much more difficult to deny him his rightful role at the national convention.
The paper is here: http://www.themoneyparty.org/main/wp-content/uploads/2012/10...