Bev Harris på BLackBoxVoting skriver:
"New Hampshire’s 2008 primary election may prove to be the most fascinating presidential preference race in history.
- Both Democrat and Republican candidates have requested recounts
- More than half of New Hampshire’s elections administrators hand count paper ballots in public at the polling place, with a public chain of custody. The rest of New Hampshire’s towns and cities use Diebold voting machines to count votes in secret, with a secret chain of custody.
- Hand count and machine count locations, when calculated statewide, show an eerie statistic:
Clinton Optical scan 91,717 52.95%
Obama Optical scan 81,495 47.05%
Clinton Hand-counted 20,889 47.05%- Two hand count towns reported “zero” votes for candidate Ron Paul to the media, even though they did have votes for him. The town of Sutton reported zero, but had 31 votes; the town of Greenville reported zero, but had 25 votes. The two towns had misreported results affecting exactly the same candidate in exactly the same way."
Obama Hand-counted 23,509 52.95%