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There is something rotten in the state of California.  But there’ll be plenty of time to rant about that. Let’s do the math NOW.  At 5 pm Friday: 


How many of those uncounted ballots contain votes for President in the Democratic primary? Seems simple:

FireShot Screen Capture #2714 - 'California primary 2016 election results and map - Los Angeles Times' - graphics_latimes_com_election-2016-california


1,494,000 Republican votes have already counted. So have 3,440,000 Democratic votes.

If the same percentage of GOP to Dem ballots applies (as why would it not) to the 2.4 million votes left to count, 1.5 MILLION DEMOCRATIC VOTES REMAIN UNCOUNTED.

Daniel Hopsicker

Daniel Hopsicker is an investigative journalist and the author of two books on transnational crime, Welcome to Terrorland and Barry & the Boys.

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2 Responses

  1. NoName says:


    please look up the term canvass

    and then go here and use common sense and logic



    now, what is occurring is that ballots are currently being counted!


  2. BadgerCat says:

    I am still wondering how to get election monitoring to happen?
    The press release from June 10 the stating that the provisional ballots could take up to 28 days to count, apparently didn’t show up on the June 7th #’s from the site NoName pointed to.