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So Dak More Registered Voters Than Population??
Myself ^ | 10/6/2002 | Myself

Posted on 11/06/2002 8:30:14 PM PST by nothingnew

Some statistics from South Dakota Election site and Census site. Exceptional voter registration averages there. South Dakota County by County Results Last Updated Wednesday November 06 2002. 11/06/02-CENTRAL ELECTION REPORTING SYSTEM-12:56:21 ST05BTCH-STATEWIDE RACES 2000 Census http://www.state.sd.us/sos/results/pvreport.shtml http://www.census.gov/main/www/cen2000.html

So Dak So Dak Age Age Total % Too Turned 18 County Population < 18 >=18 Registered Registered Many Since 2000 Evans Johnson Thune Total Aurora 3058 844 2214 2052 0.93 0 94 18 875 698 1591 Beadle 17040 4205 12835 11321 0.88 0 467 94 4381 3499 7974 Bennett 3570 1297 2273 2369 1.04 96 144 16 899 694 1609 Bon Homme 7260 1677 5583 4572 0.82 0 186 27 1858 1444 3329 Brookings 28248 5870 22378 16962 0.76 0 652 92 6208 5128 11428 Brown 35460 8369 27091 22773 0.84 0 930 129 9868 7226 17223 Brule 5369 1636 3733 3396 0.91 0 182 18 1339 1152 2509 Buffalo 2030 839 1191 1123 0.94 0 93 9 631 153 793 Butte 9103 2574 6529 5177 0.79 0 286 59 1193 2321 3573 Campbell 1782 470 1312 1412 1.08 100 52 8 370 581 959 Charles Mix 9350 2992 6358 5726 0.9 0 332 25 2264 2031 4320 Clark 4143 1119 3024 2861 0.95 0 124 23 1232 984 2239 Clay 13537 2545 10992 9069 0.83 0 283 23 3455 1786 5264 Codington 25897 6940 18957 15880 0.84 0 771 77 5728 5627 11432 Corson 4181 1543 2638 2569 0.97 0 171 23 983 573 1579 Custer 7267 1753 5514 5155 0.93 0 195 63 1249 2337 3649 Davison 18722 4760 13962 10545 0.76 0 529 70 3930 3937 7937 Day 6267 1598 4669 4200 0.9 0 178 20 2175 1196 3391 Deuel 4494 1138 3356 2963 0.88 0 126 21 1280 902 2203 Dewey 5972 2323 3649 4129 1.13 480 258 23 1678 598 2299 Douglas 3458 958 2500 2375 0.95 0 106 12 610 1257 1879 Edmunds 4367 1166 3201 3040 0.95 0 130 16 1156 1109 2281 Fall River 7453 1699 5754 4960 0.86 0 189 62 1276 1873 3211 Faulk 2640 702 1938 1779 0.92 0 78 20 626 727 1373 Grant 7847 2087 5760 5184 0.9 0 232 30 2064 1783 3877 Gregory 4792 1164 3628 3410 0.94 0 129 28 1092 1226 2346 Haakon 2196 564 1632 1655 1.01 23 63 10 347 860 1217 Hamlin 5540 1629 3911 3772 0.96 0 181 23 1421 1444 2888 Hand 3741 920 2821 3024 1.07 203 102 34 1196 1128 2358 Hanson 3139 926 2213 2527 1.14 314 103 19 790 1047 1856 Harding 1352 440 912 955 1.05 43 49 12 164 614 790 Hughes 16481 4582 11899 10866 0.91 0 509 63 3626 4703 8392 Hutchinson 8075 2011 6064 5638 0.93 0 223 25 1678 2231 3934 Hyde 1670 428 1242 1222 0.98 0 48 13 374 510 897 Jackson 2930 1069 1861 1880 1.01 19 119 17 552 598 1167 Jerauld 2293 491 1802 1633 0.91 0 55 12 770 504 1286 Jones 1193 313 880 882 1.00 2 35 5 201 517 723 Kingsbury 5821 1425 4396 4121 0.94 0 158 28 1678 1298 3004 Lake 11253 2672 8581 7628 0.89 0 297 50 3198 2248 5496 Lawrence 21780 5036 16744 13654 0.82 0 560 172 3762 5822 9756 Lincoln 24131 7167 16964 16366 0.96 0 796 61 5614 6808 12483 Lyman 3899 1250 2649 2580 0.97 0 139 18 1118 832 1968 Marshall 4576 1236 3340 2926 0.88 0 137 9 1311 845 2165 Mccook 5832 1656 4176 3972 0.95 0 184 24 1475 1428 2927 Mcpherson 2904 645 2259 2164 0.96 0 72 12 571 1007 1590 Meade 24253 6888 17365 13251 0.76 0 765 150 3075 5840 9065 Mellette 2083 735 1348 1416 1.05 68 82 12 483 399 894 Miner 2884 735 2149 1915 0.89 0 82 12 857 541 1410 Minnehaha 148281 38850 109431 87865 0.80 0 4317 374 33903 31261 65538 Moody 6588 1919 4669 4248 0.91 0 213 15 1910 1169 3094 Pennington 88565 23558 65007 55299 0.85 0 2618 454 13732 21790 35976 Perkins 3363 810 2553 2312 0.91 0 90 26 579 1032 1637 Potter 2690 619 2071 2060 0.99 0 69 10 687 900 1597 Roberts 10016 3005 7011 6377 0.91 0 334 34 2683 1737 4454 Sanborn 2675 687 1988 1974 0.99 0 76 21 789 612 1422 Shannon 12478 5647 6831 6990 1.02 159 627 14 2856 248 3118 Spink 7446 1908 5538 4634 0.84 0 212 30 2064 1519 3613 Stanley 2772 751 2021 1977 0.98 0 83 14 668 802 1484 Sully 1555 397 1158 1174 1.01 16 44 14 364 561 939 Todd 9059 3982 5077 4884 0.96 0 442 17 2027 464 2508 Tripp 6423 1781 4642 4032 0.87 0 198 26 1331 1682 3039 Turner 8849 2283 6566 5861 0.89 0 254 40 2056 2201 4297 Union 12572 3398 9174 8450 0.92 0 378 45 2518 2715 5278 Walworth 5968 1440 4528 4146 0.92 0 160 25 1177 1519 2721 Yankton 21652 5565 16087 13051 0.81 0 618 116 4804 4350 9270 Ziebach 2522 1023 1499 1606 1.07 107 114 9 648 321 978 Totals 754807 202709 552098 475989 0.86 1630 22523 3071 167477 166949 337497 * 1/18 x 2 (for 16 & 17 yrs turned 18 from 2001 & 2002)


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KEYWORDS: johnthune; kurtevans; southdakota; timjohnson; voterfraud
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Tables don't seem to have a preview!
1 posted on 11/06/2002 8:30:15 PM PST by nothingnew
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To: nothingnew
Hi -

Can you pick out a few that illustrate your point & show them by themselves?

TIA

2 posted on 11/06/2002 8:32:36 PM PST by Post Toasties
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To: nothingnew; Senator Pardek; LurkerNoMore!; Askel5
I'm sure you're onto something here, but presentation is everything.

Was is Sasson County?
3 posted on 11/06/2002 8:32:47 PM PST by Fred Mertz
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To: Fred Mertz
lol bump
4 posted on 11/06/2002 8:34:53 PM PST by John Lenin
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To: Fred Mertz
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5 posted on 11/06/2002 8:34:54 PM PST by Unknown Freeper
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To: nothingnew
Provide a link with your observation.

OR

The tables will show as tables IF you do not use any HTML tags in the post..PLEASE try again it sounds interesting

6 posted on 11/06/2002 8:35:29 PM PST by RnMomof7
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To: Fred Mertz
Never ping me along with those rogues again.
7 posted on 11/06/2002 8:42:19 PM PST by Senator Pardek
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To: RnMomof7
click "Myself"

A nice cross reference to population tables would help as well not to mention a Johnson/Thune vote breakdown.
8 posted on 11/06/2002 8:42:22 PM PST by Bogey78O
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To: Senator Pardek
It's not liek they're bounty hunters or in your case Ferengis.
9 posted on 11/06/2002 8:43:11 PM PST by Bogey78O
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To: nothingnew
11/06/02            CENTRAL ELECTION REPORTING SYSTEM           12:57:00
                            VOTER TURNOUT REPORT
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
                              PRECINCTS    TOTAL     VOTER  REGISTERED  PERCENT
          COUNTY              REPORTING  PRECINCTS  TURNOUT   VOTERS    TURNOUT
 
MINNEHAHA                         72        72        65813      87865     74.9
 
PENNINGTON                        41        41        36131      55299     65.3
 
BROWN                             22        22        17304      22773     76.0
 
BEADLE                            21        21         8034      11321     71.0
 
CODINGTON                         33        33        11489      15880     72.3
 
BROOKINGS                         15        15        11492      16962     67.8
 
YANKTON                           15        15         9306      13051     71.3
 
DAVISON                           21        21         7994      10545     75.8
 
LAWRENCE                          11        11         9806      13654     71.8
 
AURORA                             7         7         1604       2052     78.2
 
BENNETT                            9         9         1643       2369     69.4
 
BON HOMME                          5         5         3445       4572     75.3
 
BRULE                              5         5         2518       3396     74.1
 
BUFFALO                            4         4          803       1123     71.5
 
BUTTE                             16        16         3670       5177     70.9
 
CAMPBELL                           5         5          978       1412     69.3
 
CHARLES MIX                       13        13         4348       5726     75.9
 
CLARK                             15        15         2263       2861     79.1
 
CLAY                              13        13         5283       9069     58.3
 
CORSON                            17        17         1610       2569     62.7
 
CUSTER                            10        10         3710       5155     72.0
 
DAY                               14        14         3437       4200     81.8
 
DEUEL                             11        11         2212       2963     74.7
 
DEWEY                             15        15         2341       4129     56.7
 
DOUGLAS                            5         5         1897       2375     79.9
 
EDMUNDS                            7         7         2322       3040     76.4
 
FALL RIVER                        17        17         3110       4960     62.7
 
FAULK                             11        11         1391       1779     78.2
 
GRANT                             20        20         3903       5184     75.3
 
GREGORY                            3         3         2398       3410     70.3
 
HAAKON                             6         6         1228       1655     74.2
 
HAMLIN                            12        12         2931       3772     77.7
 
HAND                              12        12         2393       3024     79.1
 
HANSON                             7         7         1872       2527     74.1
 
HARDING                           10        10          801        955     83.9
 
HUGHES                            18        18         8434      10866     77.6
 
HUTCHINSON                        10        10         4024       5638     71.4
 
HYDE                               5         5          915       1222     74.9
 
JACKSON                            8         8         1202       1880     63.9
 
JERAULD                            6         6         1303       1633     79.8
 
JONES                              5         5          746        882     84.6
 
KINGSBURY                          6         6         3048       4121     74.0
 
LAKE                              18        18         5545       7628     72.7
 
LINCOLN                           22        22        12671      16366     77.4
 
LYMAN                              7         7         1976       2580     76.6
 
MCCOOK                             6         6         3010       3972     75.8
 
MCPHERSON                          6         6         1626       2164     75.1
 
MARSHALL                          12        12         2196       2926     75.1
 
MEADE                             38        38         9103      13251     68.7
 
MELLETTE                           4         4          912       1416     64.4
 
MINER                              8         8         1437       1915     75.0
 
MOODY                              6         6         3155       4248     74.3
 
PERKINS                           10        10         1662       2312     71.9
 
POTTER                             8         8         1616       2060     78.4
 
ROBERTS                           14        14         4481       6377     70.3
 
SANBORN                            7         7         1430       1974     72.4
 
SPINK                             10        10         3633       4634     78.4
 
STANLEY                            8         8         1492       1977     75.5
 
SULLY                              6         6          946       1174     80.6
 
TRIPP                             13        13         3071       4032     76.2
 
TURNER                             8         8         4320       5861     73.7
 
UNION                             13        13         5371       8450     63.6
 
WALWORTH                          15        15         2740       4146     66.1
 
ZIEBACH                            8         8          987       1606     61.5
 
SHANNON                           10        10         3120       6990     44.6
 
TODD                               9         9         2529       4884     51.8
 
 
 
STATEWIDE                        844       844       340181     475989     71.5
 
 
 
             THE STATEWIDE TURNOUT PERCENTAGE WILL NOT BE ACCURATE
                UNTIL ALL PRECINCTS IN THE STATE HAVE REPORTED.

10 posted on 11/06/2002 8:43:47 PM PST by Senator Pardek
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To: Senator Pardek; Askel5
Testing
11 posted on 11/06/2002 8:46:44 PM PST by MHGinTN
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To: Senator Pardek
That is a really high voter turnout
12 posted on 11/06/2002 8:50:15 PM PST by MissAmericanPie
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To: nothingnew
What is the population of S Dakota?
13 posted on 11/06/2002 8:51:26 PM PST by MissAmericanPie
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To: Senator Pardek
http://factfinder.census.gov/servlet/GCTTable?ds_name=DEC_2000_SF1_U&geo_id=04000US46&_box_head_nbr=GCT-PH1&format=ST-2

Potter COunty seems to have more voters than population
14 posted on 11/06/2002 8:51:51 PM PST by Bogey78O
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To: MissAmericanPie
Population (2001 Census Bureau est.): 756,600
15 posted on 11/06/2002 8:54:31 PM PST by Robert_Paulson2
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To: Senator Pardek; Carry_Okie; AmishDude
It's Shannon County where the corruption is. Watch and learn.

Thanks for posting this in the clear.
16 posted on 11/06/2002 8:54:50 PM PST by Fred Mertz
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To: Bogey78O

Geographic area


Population


Housing
units


Area in square miles


Density per square
mile of land area


Total
area


Water
area


Land
area


Population


Housing
units

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

South Dakota

754,844 323,208 77,116.49 1,231.85 75,884.64 9.9 4.3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

COUNTY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aurora County

3,058 1,298 712.53 4.35 708.18 4.3 1.8

Beadle County

17,023 8,206 1,264.82 6.13 1,258.70 13.5 6.5

Bennett County

3,574 1,278 1,190.59 5.30 1,185.29 3.0 1.1

Bon Homme County

7,260 3,007 581.32 17.98 563.34 12.9 5.3

Brookings County

28,220 11,576 804.76 10.30 794.46 35.5 14.6

Brown County

35,460 15,861 1,731.21 18.14 1,713.07 20.7 9.3

Brule County

5,364 2,272 846.49 27.54 818.96 6.5 2.8

Buffalo County

2,032 602 487.43 16.83 470.59 4.3 1.3

Butte County

9,094 4,059 2,266.36 17.84 2,248.51 4.0 1.8

Campbell County

1,782 962 771.34 35.54 735.79 2.4 1.3

Charles Mix County

9,350 3,853 1,150.19 52.61 1,097.57 8.5 3.5

Clark County

4,143 1,880 967.79 9.87 957.92 4.3 2.0

Clay County

13,537 5,438 416.70 5.10 411.60 32.9 13.2

Codington County

25,897 11,324 717.08 29.41 687.67 37.7 16.5

Corson County

4,181 1,536 2,529.42 56.48 2,472.93 1.7 0.6

Custer County

7,275 3,624 1,559.14 1.45 1,557.69 4.7 2.3

Davison County

18,741 8,093 436.78 1.34 435.44 43.0 18.6

Day County

6,267 3,618 1,091.21 62.63 1,028.57 6.1 3.5

Deuel County

4,498 2,172 636.72 13.17 623.55 7.2 3.5

Dewey County

5,972 2,133 2,445.67 143.03 2,302.64 2.6 0.9

Douglas County

3,458 1,453 434.13 0.60 433.53 8.0 3.4

Edmunds County

4,367 2,022 1,151.16 5.58 1,145.58 3.8 1.8

Fall River County

7,453 3,812 1,749.14 9.28 1,739.86 4.3 2.2

Faulk County

2,640 1,235 1,005.69 5.55 1,000.14 2.6 1.2

Grant County

7,847 3,456 687.91 5.40 682.51 11.5 5.1

Gregory County

4,792 2,405 1,053.45 37.51 1,015.93 4.7 2.4

Haakon County

2,196 1,002 1,827.22 14.26 1,812.97 1.2 0.6

Hamlin County

5,540 2,626 537.96 31.10 506.86 10.9 5.2

Hand County

3,741 1,840 1,440.21 3.63 1,436.58 2.6 1.3

Hanson County

3,139 1,218 435.64 0.87 434.76 7.2 2.8

Harding County

1,353 804 2,677.58 7.08 2,670.50 0.5 0.3

Hughes County

16,481 7,055 800.29 59.37 740.92 22.2 9.5

Hutchinson County

8,075 3,517 814.37 1.55 812.82 9.9 4.3

Hyde County

1,671 769 866.59 5.62 860.97 1.9 0.9

Jackson County

2,930 1,173 1,871.24 2.12 1,869.13 1.6 0.6

Jerauld County

2,295 1,167 532.63 2.72 529.91 4.3 2.2

Jones County

1,193 614 971.66 1.14 970.52 1.2 0.6

Kingsbury County

5,815 2,724 863.67 25.30 838.37 6.9 3.2

Lake County

11,276 5,282 575.06 11.83 563.23 20.0 9.4

Lawrence County

21,802 10,427 800.31 0.28 800.04 27.3 13.0

Lincoln County

24,131 9,131 578.59 0.50 578.09 41.7 15.8

Lyman County

3,895 1,636 1,707.06 67.10 1,639.96 2.4 1.0

McCook County

5,832 2,383 577.16 2.64 574.52 10.2 4.1

McPherson County

2,904 1,465 1,151.85 14.91 1,136.94 2.6 1.3

Marshall County

4,576 2,562 885.63 47.92 837.71 5.5 3.1

Meade County

24,253 10,149 3,482.46 11.82 3,470.63 7.0 2.9

Mellette County

2,083 824 1,309.75 3.26 1,306.49 1.6 0.6

Miner County

2,884 1,408 571.99 1.65 570.34 5.1 2.5

Minnehaha County

148,281 60,237 813.69 4.01 809.67 183.1 74.4

Moody County

6,595 2,745 521.10 1.43 519.67 12.7 5.3

Pennington County

88,565 37,249 2,784.31 8.16 2,776.15 31.9 13.4

Perkins County

3,363 1,854 2,890.71 19.09 2,871.62 1.2 0.6

Potter County

2,693 1,760 898.43 31.94 866.49 3.1 2.0

Roberts County

10,016 4,734 1,135.35 34.08 1,101.28 9.1 4.3

Sanborn County

2,675 1,220 570.21 1.20 569.01 4.7 2.1

Shannon County

12,466 3,123 2,096.65 2.77 2,093.88 6.0 1.5

Spink County

7,454 3,352 1,510.05 6.18 1,503.87 5.0 2.2

Stanley County

2,772 1,277 1,516.99 73.71 1,443.28 1.9 0.9

Sully County

1,556 844 1,070.36 63.46 1,006.90 1.5 0.8

Todd County

9,050 2,766 1,390.90 2.78 1,388.12 6.5 2.0

Tripp County

6,430 3,036 1,617.40 3.88 1,613.52 4.0 1.9

Turner County

8,849 3,852 617.45 0.63 616.82 14.3 6.2

Union County

12,584 5,345 467.08 6.70 460.38 27.3 11.6

Walworth County

5,974 3,144 744.22 36.41 707.81 8.4 4.4

Yankton County

21,652 8,840 532.62 11.07 521.55 41.5 16.9

Ziebach County

2,519 879 1,971.05 8.72 1,962.33 1.3 0.4

17 posted on 11/06/2002 8:54:53 PM PST by Bogey78O
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To: MissAmericanPie
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18 posted on 11/06/2002 8:56:04 PM PST by mathurine
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To: MissAmericanPie
Saddam got 100% a few weeks ago.
19 posted on 11/06/2002 8:56:54 PM PST by FreedomCalls
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To: MissAmericanPie
Those statistics don't make much sense considering that there has to be a good portion of people under 18. I'm looking at Davison county which is basically the town of Mitchell a town of 15000 total people and I know that there can't be that many registered voters in that county.
20 posted on 11/06/2002 8:57:07 PM PST by Dengar01
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To: mathurine
Notice Jones has about 500 more voters than total residents.
21 posted on 11/06/2002 8:57:32 PM PST by Bogey78O
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To: Bogey78O
From the link you provided:

Potter County
2,693
22 posted on 11/06/2002 8:58:04 PM PST by PAR35
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To: Bogey78O
Can't see that but about 2000 registered out of a population of about 2600 seems high.
23 posted on 11/06/2002 8:58:26 PM PST by cinFLA
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To: Bogey78O
Potter COunty seems to have more voters than population

Good catch and table.

24 posted on 11/06/2002 8:59:05 PM PST by Senator Pardek
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To: cinFLA
Will Ashcroft pull a Reno and look the other way ? If true, these numbers are blatant.
25 posted on 11/06/2002 9:00:12 PM PST by John Lenin
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To: cinFLA
Oops...bad math when i was running around between pages. Check out Jones though.

My question is. Where are the kids?
26 posted on 11/06/2002 9:00:29 PM PST by Bogey78O
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To: Senator Pardek
http://www.cnn.com/ELECTION/2002/pages/states/SD/S/01/county.000.html

county by county breakdown. Notice anything?
27 posted on 11/06/2002 9:05:44 PM PST by Bogey78O
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To: John Lenin
The FBI (for what it's worth) is already investigating in SD. Don't they generate cases for the Justice department? Let's watch for a while before jumping John Ashcroft's hide. [Like you, I'm concerned. After all, the SCOTUS doesn't want to touch corruption in election shinannigans --NJ-- so if the Justice Dept. won't, the field is wide open to the despotic criminal enterprise.]
28 posted on 11/06/2002 9:06:03 PM PST by MHGinTN
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To: Senator Pardek
Thank you Senator.

Here it is again with 2000 Census Figure. Check Dewey, Shannon and Zeibach counties!

Some statistics from South Dakota Election site and Census site.
Exceptional voter registration averages there.
South Dakota County by County Results
Last Updated Wednesday November 06 2002.
11/06/02-CENTRAL ELECTION REPORTING SYSTEM-12:56:21
ST05BTCH-STATEWIDE RACES
http://www.state.sd.us/sos/results/pvreport.shtml http://www.census.gov/main/www/cen2000.html
So Dak So Dak Age Age Total % Too Turned 18       Vote
County Population < 18 >=18 Registered Registered Many Since 2000 Evans Johnson Thune Total
Aurora 3058 844 2214 2052 0.93 0 94 18 875 698 1591
Beadle 17040 4205 12835 11321 0.88 0 467 94 4381 3499 7974
Bennett 3570 1297 2273 2369 1.04 96 144 16 899 694 1609
Bon Homme 7260 1677 5583 4572 0.82 0 186 27 1858 1444 3329
Brookings 28248 5870 22378 16962 0.76 0 652 92 6208 5128 11428
Brown 35460 8369 27091 22773 0.84 0 930 129 9868 7226 17223
Brule 5369 1636 3733 3396 0.91 0 182 18 1339 1152 2509
Buffalo 2030 839 1191 1123 0.94 0 93 9 631 153 793
Butte 9103 2574 6529 5177 0.79 0 286 59 1193 2321 3573
Campbell 1782 470 1312 1412 1.08 100 52 8 370 581 959
Charles Mix 9350 2992 6358 5726 0.9 0 332 25 2264 2031 4320
Clark 4143 1119 3024 2861 0.95 0 124 23 1232 984 2239
Clay 13537 2545 10992 9069 0.83 0 283 23 3455 1786 5264
Codington 25897 6940 18957 15880 0.84 0 771 77 5728 5627 11432
Corson 4181 1543 2638 2569 0.97 0 171 23 983 573 1579
Custer 7267 1753 5514 5155 0.93 0 195 63 1249 2337 3649
Davison 18722 4760 13962 10545 0.76 0 529 70 3930 3937 7937
Day 6267 1598 4669 4200 0.9 0 178 20 2175 1196 3391
Deuel 4494 1138 3356 2963 0.88 0 126 21 1280 902 2203
Dewey 5972 2323 3649 4129 1.13 480 258 23 1678 598 2299
Douglas 3458 958 2500 2375 0.95 0 106 12 610 1257 1879
Edmunds 4367 1166 3201 3040 0.95 0 130 16 1156 1109 2281
Fall River 7453 1699 5754 4960 0.86 0 189 62 1276 1873 3211
Faulk 2640 702 1938 1779 0.92 0 78 20 626 727 1373
Grant 7847 2087 5760 5184 0.9 0 232 30 2064 1783 3877
Gregory 4792 1164 3628 3410 0.94 0 129 28 1092 1226 2346
Haakon 2196 564 1632 1655 1.01 23 63 10 347 860 1217
Hamlin 5540 1629 3911 3772 0.96 0 181 23 1421 1444 2888
Hand 3741 920 2821 3024 1.07 203 102 34 1196 1128 2358
Hanson 3139 926 2213 2527 1.14 314 103 19 790 1047 1856
Harding 1352 440 912 955 1.05 43 49 12 164 614 790
Hughes 16481 4582 11899 10866 0.91 0 509 63 3626 4703 8392
Hutchinson 8075 2011 6064 5638 0.93 0 223 25 1678 2231 3934
Hyde 1670 428 1242 1222 0.98 0 48 13 374 510 897
Jackson 2930 1069 1861 1880 1.01 19 119 17 552 598 1167
Jerauld 2293 491 1802 1633 0.91 0 55 12 770 504 1286
Jones 1193 313 880 882 1.00 2 35 5 201 517 723
Kingsbury 5821 1425 4396 4121 0.94 0 158 28 1678 1298 3004
Lake 11253 2672 8581 7628 0.89 0 297 50 3198 2248 5496
Lawrence 21780 5036 16744 13654 0.82 0 560 172 3762 5822 9756
Lincoln 24131 7167 16964 16366 0.96 0 796 61 5614 6808 12483
Lyman 3899 1250 2649 2580 0.97 0 139 18 1118 832 1968
Marshall 4576 1236 3340 2926 0.88 0 137 9 1311 845 2165
Mccook 5832 1656 4176 3972 0.95 0 184 24 1475 1428 2927
Mcpherson 2904 645 2259 2164 0.96 0 72 12 571 1007 1590
Meade 24253 6888 17365 13251 0.76 0 765 150 3075 5840 9065
Mellette 2083 735 1348 1416 1.05 68 82 12 483 399 894
Miner 2884 735 2149 1915 0.89 0 82 12 857 541 1410
Minnehaha 148281 38850 109431 87865 0.80 0 4317 374 33903 31261 65538
Moody 6588 1919 4669 4248 0.91 0 213 15 1910 1169 3094
Pennington 88565 23558 65007 55299 0.85 0 2618 454 13732 21790 35976
Perkins 3363 810 2553 2312 0.91 0 90 26 579 1032 1637
Potter 2690 619 2071 2060 0.99 0 69 10 687 900 1597
Roberts 10016 3005 7011 6377 0.91 0 334 34 2683 1737 4454
Sanborn 2675 687 1988 1974 0.99 0 76 21 789 612 1422
Shannon 12478 5647 6831 6990 1.02 159 627 14 2856 248 3118
Spink 7446 1908 5538 4634 0.84 0 212 30 2064 1519 3613
Stanley 2772 751 2021 1977 0.98 0 83 14 668 802 1484
Sully 1555 397 1158 1174 1.01 16 44 14 364 561 939
Todd 9059 3982 5077 4884 0.96 0 442 17 2027 464 2508
Tripp 6423 1781 4642 4032 0.87 0 198 26 1331 1682 3039
Turner 8849 2283 6566 5861 0.89 0 254 40 2056 2201 4297
Union 12572 3398 9174 8450 0.92 0 378 45 2518 2715 5278
Walworth 5968 1440 4528 4146 0.92 0 160 25 1177 1519 2721
Yankton 21652 5565 16087 13051 0.81 0 618 116 4804 4350 9270
Ziebach 2522 1023 1499 1606 1.07 107 114 9 648 321 978
Totals 754807 202709 552098 475989 0.86 1630 22523 3071 167477 166949 337497
* 1/18 x 2 (for 16 & 17 yrs turned 18 from 2001 & 2002)
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29 posted on 11/06/2002 9:09:35 PM PST by nothingnew
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To: Dengar01
Lookie here, the population of Jones County is 1193 there are 882 registered voters that would leave 311 children in the entire county. I looked up Jones County Public Schools on the web. There is a High School. If there is a High School, I bet there are more than 311 students. I think I will give them a little call tomorrow and see how many teens are in their student body.
30 posted on 11/06/2002 9:09:37 PM PST by MissAmericanPie
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To: Senator Pardek
 Population  REPORTING PRECINCTS  TURNOUT   VOTERS  TURNOUT % Pop
COUNTY              
Aurora County          3,058 7 7          1,604          2,052 78.2 67%
Beadle County        17,023 21 21          8,034        11,321 71 67%
Bennett County          3,574 9 9          1,643          2,369 69.4 66%
Bon Homme County          7,260 5 5          3,445          4,572 75.3 63%
Brookings County        28,220 15 15        11,492        16,962 67.8 60%
Brown County        35,460 22 22        17,304        22,773 76 64%
Brule County          5,364 5 5          2,518          3,396 74.1 63%
Buffalo County          2,032 4 4             803          1,123 71.5 55%
Butte County          9,094 16 16          3,670          5,177 70.9 57%
Campbell County          1,782 5 5             978          1,412 69.3 79%
Charles Mix County          9,350 13 13          4,348          5,726 75.9 61%
Clark County          4,143 15 15          2,263          2,861 79.1 69%
Clay County        13,537 13 13          5,283          9,069 58.3 67%
Codington County        25,897 33 33        11,489        15,880 72.3 61%
Corson County          4,181 17 17          1,610          2,569 62.7 61%
Custer County          7,275 10 10          3,710          5,155 72 71%
Davison County        18,741 21 21          7,994        10,545 75.8 56%
Day County          6,267 14 14          3,437          4,200 81.8 67%
Deuel County          4,498 11 11          2,212          2,963 74.7 66%
Dewey County          5,972 15 15          2,341          4,129 56.7 69%
Douglas County          3,458 5 5          1,897          2,375 79.9 69%
Edmunds County          4,367 7 7          2,322          3,040 76.4 70%
Fall River County          7,453 17 17          3,110          4,960 62.7 67%
Faulk County          2,640 11 11          1,391          1,779 78.2 67%
Grant County          7,847 20 20          3,903          5,184 75.3 66%
Gregory County          4,792 3 3          2,398          3,410 70.3 71%
Haakon County          2,196 6 6          1,228          1,655 74.2 75%
Hamlin County          5,540 12 12          2,931          3,772 77.7 68%
Hand County          3,741 12 12          2,393          3,024 79.1 81%
Hanson County          3,139 7 7          1,872          2,527 74.1 81%
Harding County          1,353 10 10             801             955 83.9 71%
Hughes County        16,481 18 18          8,434        10,866 77.6 66%
Hutchinson County          8,075 10 10          4,024          5,638 71.4 70%
Hyde County          1,671 5 5             915          1,222 74.9 73%
Jackson County          2,930 8 8          1,202          1,880 63.9 64%
Jerauld County          2,295 6 6          1,303          1,633 79.8 71%
Jones County          1,193 5 5             746             882 84.6 74%
Kingsbury County          5,815 6 6          3,048          4,121 74 71%
Lake County        11,276 18 18          5,545          7,628 72.7 68%
Lawrence County        21,802 11 11          9,806        13,654 71.8 63%
Lincoln County        24,131 22 22        12,671        16,366 77.4 68%
Lyman County          3,895 7 7          1,976          2,580 76.6 66%
McCook County          5,832 12 12          2,196          2,926 75.1 50%
McPherson County          2,904 6 6          3,010          3,972 75.8 137%
Marshall County          4,576 6 6          1,626          2,164 75.1 47%
Meade County        24,253 38 38          9,103        13,251 68.7 55%
Mellette County          2,083 4 4             912          1,416 64.4 68%
Miner County          2,884 8 8          1,437          1,915 75 66%
Minnehaha County       148,281 72 72        65,813        87,865 74.9 59%
Moody County          6,595 6 6          3,155          4,248 74.3 64%
Pennington County        88,565 41 41        36,131        55,299 65.3 62%
Perkins County          3,363 10 10          1,662          2,312 71.9 69%
Potter County          2,693 8 8          1,616          2,060 78.4 76%
Roberts County        10,016 14 14          4,481          6,377 70.3 64%
Sanborn County          2,675 7 7          1,430          1,974 72.4 74%
Shannon County        12,466 10 10          3,120          6,990 44.6 56%
Spink County          7,454 10 10          3,633          4,634 78.4 62%
Stanley County          2,772 8 8          1,492          1,977 75.5 71%
Sully County          1,556 6 6             946          1,174 80.6 75%
Todd County          9,050 9 9          2,529          4,884 51.8 54%
Tripp County          6,430 13 13          3,071          4,032 76.2 63%
Turner County          8,849 8 8          4,320          5,861 73.7 66%
Union County        12,584 13 13          5,371          8,450 63.6 67%
Walworth County          5,974 15 15          2,740          4,146 66.1 69%
Yankton County        21,652 15 15          9,306        13,051 71.3 60%
Ziebach County          2,519 8 8             987          1,606 61.5 64%
      754,844           340,181       475,989       71.47 63%

31 posted on 11/06/2002 9:11:05 PM PST by evolved_rage
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To: nothingnew
Your table is better. Those damn Rats!!
32 posted on 11/06/2002 9:15:24 PM PST by evolved_rage
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To: Bogey78O
98% in Shanon went to Johnson?
33 posted on 11/06/2002 9:17:58 PM PST by jdogbearhunter
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To: MHGinTN
With Freepers on the case, this is not going to be pretty if true ....

In Ashcrofts case
34 posted on 11/06/2002 9:20:47 PM PST by John Lenin
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To: evolved_rage
"754,844 340,181 475,989 71.47 63%"

Whoopee, South Dakota should be an example to us all. Over half their population turned out to vote. Odd, I thought you had to be 18 to vote, must be a lot of seniors voting disproportionally out there.

35 posted on 11/06/2002 9:21:33 PM PST by xJones
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To: xJones
Anybody see Dashle on CNN this morning ? he looked like he saw a ghost.
36 posted on 11/06/2002 9:24:36 PM PST by John Lenin
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To: xJones
Is there a way to get data from previous elections and compare the turnout trends? Maybe SD folks are just dedicated to their civic duty! </sarcasm>
37 posted on 11/06/2002 9:27:49 PM PST by jdogbearhunter
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To: evolved_rage
Hanson County had an interesting turnout, eh?... What are the odds of a state's population being 80+% in voting age?
38 posted on 11/06/2002 9:31:27 PM PST by MHGinTN
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Make that McPherson County, not Hanson Co.
39 posted on 11/06/2002 9:32:44 PM PST by MHGinTN
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To: LakerCJL
bump for later
40 posted on 11/06/2002 9:34:06 PM PST by LakerCJL
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To: John Lenin
Anybody see Dashle on CNN this morning ? he looked like he saw a ghost.

The douchebag? It might be that The Little Dictator realized that Clinton isn't president anymore and that the former AG Janet Reno can't rat-hole embarrassing little things like election fraud for them. South Dakota just got taken off the Democratic reservation.

42 posted on 11/06/2002 9:44:40 PM PST by xJones
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To: MissAmericanPie
I just found this:

Jones County 37-3 Map to this district's office Related Articles
What Does the District Do?
What Does the School Board Do?
Choosing a School

404 Jackson
Murdo, SD 57559
Phone: (605) 669-2258

Quick Facts
Grades PK-12
Number of students 216
Number of schools 3

This can be found here: http://www.greatschools.net/cgi-bin/sd/district_profile/66

43 posted on 11/06/2002 9:45:45 PM PST by abner
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To: Dengar01
I've been waiting for the ballot stuffers to make this mistake - how fitting that it was on Tommy's turf.
44 posted on 11/06/2002 9:49:48 PM PST by Let's Roll
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To: nothingnew
Counties with more registered voters than 18+ population, with % of registered voters who actually voted, and % of 18+ population who actually voted:

.......................% of Reg'd--% of 18+Pop.
.......................that Voted--that Voted
Bennett..................67.9-------70.8
Campbell...............67.9-------73.1
Dewey...................55.7-------63.0
Haakon.................73.5-------74.6
Hand.....................78.0-------83.6
Hanson..................73.4-------83.9
Harding..................82.7-------86.6
Jackson..................62.1-------62.7
Mellette..................63.1-------66.3
Shannon.................44.6-------45.6
Sully.......................80.0-------81.1
Ziebach..................60.9-------65.2
Avg these Counties..62.4-------66.1
STATEWIDE.........70.9-------61.1

So in these counties, turnout of registered voters was 8.5% lower than the statewide average (suggesting these are stale voter rolls, and the dead and otherwise departed registrants aren't voting). However, the turnout of the 18+ population was 5.0% HIGHER than the statewide average (I'll let someone else try to figure out why that might be). Weird, but I don't see any indication that no-longer-valid or never-valid registrations are being used to increase the number of votes cast.
45 posted on 11/06/2002 9:56:27 PM PST by GovernmentShrinker
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To: evolved_rage
You made a mistake with Marshall, McCook and McPherson. The state alphabetized Marshall before McCook and McPherson. The Census alphabetized it after. The figures should be:

County Population Turnout
Marshall 4,576 2,196
McCook 5,832 3,010
McPherson 2,904 1,626

46 posted on 11/06/2002 9:57:02 PM PST by itsnevertoolate
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To: nothingnew
I'm not sure what you want to do with this, but I've put the data into an Excel spreadsheet. I'm going to add in as a fifth data column the percentage of votes that went to johnson.

Then we can see if Johnson scored much higher in counties which had much higher turnout (which would be very interesting, even though it would prove nothing)

Of course, any anomalies would be interesting...

47 posted on 11/06/2002 10:03:43 PM PST by xm177e2
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To: Bogey78O
Potter COunty seems to have more voters than population

Not so.

48 posted on 11/06/2002 10:05:26 PM PST by xm177e2
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To: GovernmentShrinker
Every one of those counties have 100% of their cirizens registered to vote. Sadam eat your heart out!
49 posted on 11/06/2002 10:05:54 PM PST by OneVike
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To: nothingnew
Officials: Ballots only altered to make them readable Aberdeen American News (hometown paper of Senate minority leader Daschle) ^ | AP
50 posted on 11/06/2002 10:06:00 PM PST by abner
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