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Re: [FSP] Results of Free State Ballot HERE

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  • Jan Eiland
    Maybe I missed this: Are the number of votes for each state available anywhere, or will they be? ... From: Alan R. Weiss To: freestateproject@yahoogroups.com
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 1, 2003
      Maybe I missed this: Are the number of votes for each state available anywhere, or will they be?
      ----- Original Message -----
      From: Alan R. Weiss
      To: freestateproject@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Wednesday, October 01, 2003 9:29 AM
      Subject: [FSP] Results of Free State Ballot HERE



      Dear Free State Project Members, Interested Individuals, and Children
      of the Revolution,

      It is now past 11:01am Eastern Daylight Time, and considering the
      fact that the FSP Board of Directors are making the announcement as
      we speak, and considering the fact that the FSP Members can't all
      watch CSPAN and watch the announcement, AND considering that there is
      no web simulcast, THEREFORE:

      I am taking it upon myself to announce the ECL/Synchromesh Computing
      (my companies) CERTIFIED Results of the Free State Project Balloting.

      1. New Hampshire
      2. Wyoming
      3. Montana
      4. Idaho
      5. Alaska
      6. Maine
      7. Vermont
      8. Delaware
      9. South Dakota
      10. North Dakota

      The Winner is clearly New Hampshire. In fact, New Hampshire received
      251 more first place votes, and 15 more 2nd place votes, than runner-
      up Wyoming. Not only that, preferences are very stable and
      "well-behaved": not only is there a Condorcet winner over the entire
      10 candidates, but if you eliminate the Condorcet winner
      sequentially, there is a Condorcet winner at each iteration.

      I will post the ECL White Paper in PDF format entitled, "Free State
      Project Vote Count, Certification Process, and Results", but I warn
      you that it is over 5 MB in size due to the statistical analysis I
      performed.

      ECL/Synchromesh Computing hereby certifies the results of the Free
      State Project balloting and voting process as fairly conducted,
      results honestly polled, providing fair access to FSP members, and
      repeatable under all circumstances.

      Alan R. Weiss
      Chairman and CEO
      EEMBC Certification Laboratories and Synchromesh Computing
      6507 Jester Blvd, Suite 511
      Austin, Texas 78750 USA
      Voice: 512-219-0302 Fax: 512-219-0402
      Mobile: 512-845-1305 email: alan@...
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      Strategic Consulting * Embedded Development Services * Support

      ECL, LLC is an equal opportunity employer (EOE) and is a Bill of
      Rights Company
      - end of Posting -

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