Thursday, November 20, 2008

You Be the Election Judge

Let's say you're an election judge in Minnesota and it's your responsibility to determine the intent of the voter based on what you see here. I can hear you already -- "oh joy."

There are lawyers hovering over each shoulder from the Coleman and Franken camps, one of them saying, "A clear intent to vote for Franken, albeit a bit sloppily," and the other saying, "What? Are you nuts? Can't you see that the voter accidently voted for Franken but then added an arrow pointing to Coleman?"

How would you decide this?

Take the test and find out for yourself at the Minnesota Senate Recount website.


Blogger SiouxGeonz said...

The democrats didn't do any better, though... and I've watched people do that kind of thing.

IMO they should have folks who can't read doing the deciding.

12:34 PM, November 21, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i took the test and awarded one vote to the giant lizard. 4 more years of giant lizard as our king. 4 more years! 4 more years!

11:19 PM, November 22, 2008  

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