No, it certainly won't change the overall primary results, but it seems like a valuable exercise to reveal the major glitches that happen probably everywhere, and why. You can have some fun keeping up with the errors at the state's official page. So far the swings are only a handful of votes -- two votes here, eight votes there -- but they show up over and over, in one ward after another, so the errors are widespread, and they have only started in city. There also are reports of more profound electronic voting debacles there, including one ward in Manchester where the vote for each of the major candidates was off by dozens of votes. Anyway, here is that state site:
Thursday, January 17, 2008
That recount in New Hampshire....
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