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Submission + - Is There Statistical Evidence of Election Fraud? ( 1

Haffner writes: Commenters over on reddit seem to believe that there exists a statistical anomaly in voting records for Romney. They've shown that for large precincts, Romney's cumulative vote distribution increases linearly over time — a statistical anomaly — and that this happens many times. Is this good evidence?
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Is There Statistical Evidence of Election Fraud?

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  • The precincts are ordered by size. I think it is safe to say that voting patterns differ in urban areas vs. rural areas. Without comparisons to past data and charts, the information presented doesn't convince me of any wrongdoing.

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