Comment 49085

By Fred Street (anonymous) | Posted October 09, 2010 at 06:52:47

Once you've factored in an untold number of non-resident votes and added the potential pool from which they're drawn, who's to say you wouldn't be back where you started, or proportionately lower. Admittedly, I have no idea of how many non-residents would qualify, but statistically speaking you'd need to know before you could determine (a) what constitutes a winning majority and (b) what number you're basing your turnout percentages on. No?

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