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(MSNBC)   In a minor oversight, 600,000 votes still uncounted in Arizona   (msnbc.msn.com) divider line 30
    More: Interesting, Pima County, Arizona Secretary of State, provisional ballots, Pinal County, Maricopa County  
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2012-11-08 12:35:56 PM
Of that total, nearly 460,000 votes still haven't been counted in Maricopa County, and that's complicating the ability to call several close races throughout Arizona.

Hmm...and Sheriff Joe only got 53% of the (counted) vote...wonder who all those provisional ballots voted for?
 
2012-11-08 02:37:10 PM
I for one, am SHOCKED that something controversial happened in Arizona. SHOCKED.
 
2012-11-08 02:37:44 PM

dahmers love zombie: Of that total, nearly 460,000 votes still haven't been counted in Maricopa County, and that's complicating the ability to call several close races throughout Arizona.

Hmm...and Sheriff Joe only got 53% of the (counted) vote...wonder who all those provisional ballots voted for?


And we're done here.
 
2012-11-08 02:41:44 PM
Funnily enough, Mitt Romney's margin in Arizona was less than 200,000 votes.
 
2012-11-08 02:43:13 PM

qorkfiend: Funnily enough, Mitt Romney's margin in Arizona was less than 200,000 votes.


Arizona would be more than a fair trade for North Carolina, and I wonder if that swings the house or senate in any way....
 
2012-11-08 02:43:25 PM
That's OK, they got to midnight tonight to count them (in Spanish speaking areas)

It's still the 8th.

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2012-11-08 02:45:31 PM

Citrate1007: dahmers love zombie: Of that total, nearly 460,000 votes still haven't been counted in Maricopa County, and that's complicating the ability to call several close races throughout Arizona.

Hmm...and Sheriff Joe only got 53% of the (counted) vote...wonder who all those provisional ballots voted for?

And we're done here.


Early ballots uncounted as well. Mine was for Penzone. I wish I could afford to move.
 
2012-11-08 02:47:39 PM
Too late, the races have already been called.

ALREADY BEEN CALLED!!
 
2012-11-08 02:48:17 PM
I would have thought 600k was all of them. Had no idea that many people lived in that dusty wasteland
 
2012-11-08 02:52:10 PM
OMG THERE'S STILL TIME TO IMPEACH 0BUMMER!!!
 
2012-11-08 02:53:07 PM

monoski: I would have thought 600k was all of them. Had no idea that many people lived in that dusty wasteland


Tucson ain't that bad, it's actually pretty nice. Then again, my fond memories of Tucson are with friends and relatives.
 
2012-11-08 02:53:10 PM
Funny how almost every time we hear about something incredibly stupid happening politically in Arizona the word "Maricopa" comes up.

I'm starting to think Arpaio isn't really a problem, but more of a symptom.
 
2012-11-08 02:58:13 PM

Vegan Meat Popsicle: Funny how almost every time we hear about something incredibly stupid happening politically in Arizona the word "Maricopa" comes up.

I'm starting to think Arpaio isn't really a problem, but more of a symptom.


Maricopa tag to mimic the Florida tag?
 
2012-11-08 03:05:15 PM
Oh ok. So that makes John McCain president and Obama can shuck and jive back to Kenya. Romney can be Secretary of car elevators.
 
2012-11-08 03:10:36 PM

CygnusDarius: monoski: I would have thought 600k was all of them. Had no idea that many people lived in that dusty wasteland

Tucson ain't that bad, it's actually pretty nice. Then again, my fond memories of Tucson are with friends and relatives.


Flagstaff is the place to be. If the votes were counted, and flipped the state vote, could electors change their vote to reflect the state opinion?
 
2012-11-08 03:12:06 PM
OMG, Arizona could totally tip the balance in favor of Romney!!
 
2012-11-08 03:17:53 PM
Que surpriso!
 
2012-11-08 03:25:50 PM
Does this mean Carmona is still in play? He was only done like 80k.

They won't certify a winner that lost, will they?
 
2012-11-08 03:34:38 PM

ps69: Does this mean Carmona is still in play? He was only done like 80k.

They won't certify a winner that lost, will they?


If he pulls it out, I'm gonna claim that my early vote was the one that tipped the scales.

/Mohave County
 
2012-11-08 03:39:40 PM

RedVentrue: Flagstaff is the place to be. If the votes were counted, and flipped the state vote, could electors change their vote to reflect the state opinion?


Since they don't vote until December...
 
2012-11-08 04:00:11 PM
Wanted for questioning:

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2012-11-08 04:07:04 PM
This is because of that Black Panther in Philadelphia, isn't it?
 
2012-11-08 04:10:51 PM

CheetahOlivetti: Citrate1007: dahmers love zombie: Of that total, nearly 460,000 votes still haven't been counted in Maricopa County, and that's complicating the ability to call several close races throughout Arizona.

Hmm...and Sheriff Joe only got 53% of the (counted) vote...wonder who all those provisional ballots voted for?

And we're done here.

Early ballots uncounted as well. Mine was for Penzone. I wish I could afford to move.


You could sort of slide over to New Mexico. It's really not that far, and the climate is similar.
 
2012-11-08 05:02:15 PM
Serious question- The uncounted in Maricopa are more than Penzone and Carmona "lost" by. How do we know for sure they actually lost? A lot of the early voters were of the sort that might vote for those two. I realize they won't all be for the same folks, but shouldn't they have less then half a million uncounted before they call votes?

monoski: I would have thought 600k was all of them. Had no idea that many people lived in that dusty wasteland


4.5 million in the Valley, I don't know how many more in the rest of the state.
 
2012-11-08 05:06:48 PM

balancing act: Serious question- The uncounted in Maricopa are more than Penzone and Carmona "lost" by. How do we know for sure they actually lost? A lot of the early voters were of the sort that might vote for those two. I realize they won't all be for the same folks, but shouldn't they have less then half a million uncounted before they call votes?

monoski: I would have thought 600k was all of them. Had no idea that many people lived in that dusty wasteland

4.5 million in the Valley, I don't know how many more in the rest of the state.


They have another 8 days or so to get everything counted, and I'm sure a number of people will be saddling up some lawyers to get this figured out.
 
2012-11-08 05:08:37 PM
fark that piece of shiat state.
 
2012-11-08 06:07:27 PM
Why is it that Republicans can't run a farking election, but they think they should be running the country?
 
2012-11-08 06:29:48 PM
(600,000) * (3/5) = 1,800,000/5 votes missing.

Get it right or pay the price.
 
2012-11-08 08:37:48 PM

monoski: I would have thought 600k was all of them. Had no idea that many people lived in that dusty wasteland


Largest cities in the U.S.:
1. New York, New York - 8,214,426
2. Los Angeles, California - 3,849,378
3. Chicago, Illinois - 2,833,321
4. Houston, Texas - 2,144,491
5. Phoenix, Arizona - 1,512,986
 
2012-11-09 11:39:28 AM

rudemix: fark that piece of shiat state.


Oh, come on. Everytime somebody says this, I have to remind them-- we have all your old, retired, racist grandfathers during election season. We are quite literally taking one for the team on this.
 
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