Are The New Hampshire Results From Next Month's Election Already In?

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  1. Ken Anderson

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    Early this morning, I was at work on my web directory job, and Bing started showing election results at the top of every search. They were the results of next month's election, with 60% of its precincts reporting. Obviously, it was a glitch but I cannot understand what it might have represented. These weren't old results because they were of a general election that hasn't taken place yet.

    Can our elections be so rigged that the results are already in, and the search engines already have the script? I don't have an answer.
     
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    Did you take a screenshot? Could it have been early voting results?

    Edit: good job, you did take screenshots....hard to read for me though.

    The second one seems like odd results...but I can't really tell what I'm looking at.
     
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    Posted. As far as I know, early voting results are supposed to be opened after the general election results are in. Not before the election. I know that it was a glitch of some sort because they were showing up on every search that I conducted, but I can't figure out where they might have come from. I will try to remember to look for the NH results after the election to see if these are the numbers they'll have with 60% reporting.
     
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    I'll remind you...

    I've worked in so many elections but really can't remember any of the ins and outs of them...all a blur.

    My ex is an expert though, he did it a looong time. We had mock elections to test the machines and those ballots were marked "test ballot" and there was a set number of ways we had to vote to make sure the machine was marking the ballot right..if not, that machine had to be calibrated.
    Gosh, I forgot so much of what went into pre election readiness. Spent 6 weeks in PA. Prior to the election just to get everything ready....even worked weekends sometimes.

    I remember Lucerne or Luzern country, Wilkes Barre area...some shady stuff there.

    Sorry, off topic...walking down my oh so bad memory lane.
     
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    Sorry but I gotta know what you have for a computer, and what is your OS? LOL!! I love your screen icons! I do see your browser is Safari, never used that.

    Ok, on the topic, weird, LOL!! Lots of predictions being made around the world, but no way could anyone have the "final" results unless it's a setup. Looks like Trump wins, or am I reading it wrong?
     
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    An iMac.
     
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    Apparently, other people have found something similar to what you found, @Ken Anderson . Here is a video of another screenshot of election returns, and this one was from some place in Tennessee. What do you make of this one ?

     
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    I just remembered we ran mock elections, could it be results from that? I see I posted that already in this thread...sorry.
     
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    I know that at some point, they may have to test out whatever software they are going to be using when it comes to actually reporting the poll numbers so it could be that they are using some randomly chosen scenario. It's just interesting that they always show Hillary ahead, and it seems suspicious.
     
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    I don't remember the details but we voted test ballots but I cant remember if we voted any way we wanted to or we had to vote a certain way. I just remember writing in goofy names for the write in...we had some fun.

    The whole process is a jumbled mess in my mind.
     
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  13. Ken Anderson

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    I think most states now use the high school mock elections as a way of testing out the software, as they are conducted by the Secretary of States office now rather than by the schools, as they were when I was in high school. In Maine, they only included the school districts that were near enough to the state capital to cast their vote at the one polling place that they set up in Augusta. This makes Trump's win in the Maine mock high school election interesting because Trump is expected to maybe win Maine's 2nd District, while it was the schools in the 1st District that participated in the mock election. There are some projections that have Trump winning both districts, but most are giving him just the one electoral vote.
     
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    You also have to test the ballots if the polling place is using machines, you have to make sure the machine puts the mark where it's supposed to go. We would accept a little off center but not much.

    Indirectly I worked for the Secretary of State.
     
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    Yeah, you'd think they'd test them statewide, particularly since - in Maine, at least - most of the polling places are in the schools.
     
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