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A Talk Radio Listener Notes That Defying Probability ALL ELEVEN "Too Close Call" Races Went Democrat—Once The Votes Were "Counted"
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November 16, 2014, 04:20 PM
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Re: Brenda Walker’s (pre-election) blog item Voter Fraud Looms In Close Electoral Races

From: An Anonymous Talk Radio Listener [Email him]

The Hill reports that “Democrats have won all 11 House races that were too close to call Nov. 4.”[House Dems' silver-lining wins by By Cameron Joseph, November 14, 2014]

In the absence of some kind of fraud, this defies the laws of probability.

Assuming a 50% chance of winning each seat (which is implied by "too close to call") I think the probability of one side winning them all would be .5x.5x.5 etc (11 .5's multiplied together), which yields 0.000488, or 1 chance in 2048.

This was noted by commenters at The Hill—two samples

Gary: “Of course the Dems won when given a little time they just kept finding uncounted votes. They just needed a few days to generate the needed votes to get to where they needed to be. Did anyone ever wonder why in a close race they always find uncounted Democratic votes and never Republican?”

Eric: QUESTION OF THE DAY FOR HILL COMMENTS SECTION: Greatest vote fraudster/ballot stuff of all-time:

A) WA State two-term Gov. Christine Gregoire .

B) Minnesota's Al Franken.

C) Other I vote Gregoire. Franken was sly, not denying that. But finding a case load of ballots 17 days after the 5th recount in a backroom of the King County (Seattle) Courthouse, that was a classic.

See previous letters from the same reader.