Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Great Discrepancies between Voters and Votes Counted

The Dutch daily AD reports that in some polling stations in Amsterdam and Rotterdam, the number of actual voters and the number of votes counted differ greatly. In a few polling stations in Amsterdam, 658 more votes were counted than there were voters. In others, there were 1,820 votes counted less than there were voters. In Rotterdam, there were 1,666 imaginary votes counted and in The Hague, a few hundred.

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