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Re: Kansas voting machines manipulated? Statistician Beth Clarkson

There is a flaw in Clarkson's methodology. She accumulates precincts in order of votes cast - not the size of the precinct (ie the number of registered
jimrtex4192
11:41 AM
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Judy Frankel

her book http://www.amazon.com/In-Search-Next-P-O-T-U-S-Washington/dp/0996203206 http://www.amazon.com/In-Search-Next-P-O-T-U-S-Washington/dp/0996203206 got
warren_d_smith31
6:37 AM
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Judy Frankel 6-part article on voting in USA

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/judy-frankel/the-black-box-voting-in-america_b_8043976.html
warren_d_smith31
Sep 1
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16979

Re: psychological research is less reliable than coin tosses

here is the full Science article http://www.sciencemag.org/content/349/6251/aac4716.full http://www.sciencemag.org/content/349/6251/aac4716.full
warren_d_smith31
Sep 1
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psychological research is less reliable than coin tosses

The "Open Science Collaboration" tried to replicate 100 psych findings from 3 leading journals. Succeeded on less than half of them. Only about 1/3 seem solid:
warren_d_smith31
Sep 1
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Kansas voting machines manipulated? Statistician Beth Clarkson

The following news story is reprinted from the "Brad blog" on voting issues. I'd like to understand this better. I have noticed though that the so-called
warren_d_smith31
Sep 1
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Seyoung Jeon says young people disillusioned with electoral system

Opinion: Young people disillusioned with Canadian electoral system
warren_d_smith31
Aug 26
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Hispanics disfavor Trump

Among self-identified "Hispanics" USA-wide, Donald Trump has by far the worst favorability rating among all Republicans and all Democrats: 14% favorable, 65%
warren_d_smith31
Aug 26
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Economic impacts of climate change vs aversion measures

https://ir.citi.com/hsq32Jl1m4aIzicMqH8sBkPnbsqfnwy4Jgb1J2kIPYWIw5eM8yD3FY9VbGpK%2Baax
warren_d_smith31
Aug 25
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Re: NY Times today on "ballot selfies"

To Harvey, the problem is that (a) while I am filling out my mail-in ballot, I let you watch me. Then you pay me for voting the way you wanted. Or, you coerce
warren_d_smith31
Aug 25
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Re: NY Times today on "ballot selfies"

On Mon, Aug 24, 2015 at 12:08 PM, wds@... [RangeVoting] < ... ‚ÄčIt was also the topic of a story in today's Washington Post.
Bruce Gilson
Aug 24
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Re: NY Times today on "ballot selfies"

At least in California, mail-in ballots are enclosed in an unidentified envelope inside the envelope with their voter info, so if all is done according to
Harvey Frey
Aug 24
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Re: NY Times today on "ballot selfies"

Re "do mail-in ballots violate voter privacy?" I answer YES! They allow voters to sell their vote, and coercers to coerce votes. They may also allow
warren_d_smith31
Aug 24
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Re: NY Times today on "ballot selfies"

I am wondering, Do mail in ballots violate voter privacy? On Mon, Aug 24, 2015 at 12:08 PM, wds@... [RangeVoting]
Andrew Mehler
Aug 24
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NY Times today on "ballot selfies"

NY Times front page today has article about "ballot selfies" which of course violate ballot privacy and allow a voter to try to sell her vote, also allow a
warren_d_smith31
Aug 24
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