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Sun Jun 12, 2016, 03:36 PM

In the California Primary, More Ballots Remain Uncounted than the Total Number of votes for Hillary

http://www.opednews.com/articles/In-the-California-Primary-by-Stephen-Fox-California-Primary-Has-Almost-3-Million-Uncounted-_Election-Rigging_Facebook-Group-Bernie-Sanders-Advice-And-Strategie_Larry-Wines-California-Election-Observer-160612-816.html

California's Uncounted Ballots, from several different sages, pundits, pollworkers, and commenters in California

compiled from extensive article by Michael Hertz in Los Angeles Progressive

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Totaling the votes for Clinton, Sanders and uncounted we get 6,149,706. A majority of that would be 3,074,853. To reach that number, Bernie needs 1,447,818 of the 2,423,607 uncounted ballots, or 60%.
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472,029 votes currently separate Clinton and Sanders in the stopped frame from the film that still needs to finish running.

Changing that momentary result means, of the 2,423,607 uncounted ballots, the first 472,029 must go to Bernie to draw them even. Then, the remaining 1,951,578 uncounted ballots would need to go 50 percent plus one to Bernie, meaning 975,790 votes, plus the 472,029. So. Bernie needs another 1,447,818 votes from the 2,423,607 uncounted.

Guess this is too much for corporate media to fathom. Or even to report.


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Response to Melissa G (Original post)

Sun Jun 12, 2016, 03:52 PM

1. It shows their invested interest

I have trouble watching any kind of MSM lately- the rightward slant has gone so far over that it's a wonder it hasn't tipped them over yet.

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Sun Jun 12, 2016, 04:14 PM

2. Interesting

Totaling the votes for Clinton, Sanders and uncounted we get 6,149,706. A majority of that would be 3,074,853. To reach that number, Bernie needs 1,447,818 of the 2,423,607 uncounted ballots, or 60%.

The fat lady has a case of laryngitis.

472,029 votes currently separate Clinton and Sanders in the stopped frame from the film that still needs to finish running.

Changing that momentary result means, of the 2,423,607 uncounted ballots, the first 472,029 must go to Bernie to draw them even. Then, the remaining 1,951,578 uncounted ballots would need to go 50 percent plus one to Bernie, meaning 975,790 votes, plus the 472,029. So. Bernie needs another 1,447,818 votes from the 2,423,607 uncounted.

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