Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Provisional ballots now counted

Knox County Administrator of Elections Cliff Rodgers in an email this morning said the Central Provisional Counting Board (how exactly do you audition for this band?) has now finished counting the provisional ballots from the 2012 presidential and state general election.

Click right smack here for an updated copy of the unofficial cumulative election results for Knox County. And no, I am not going to tell you what they are. Other than the winners are still the winners. And the losers still lost.

The Election Commission will certify the results on Monday.


Brian Paone said...

That's great. How many votes did YOU get?

And what other zany names were written in this year? There had to be a bunch of good ones.

Mike Donila said...

they're going to turn those over next week, once they're official

fischbobber said...

Interesting. Gloria Johnson got 398 more votes than Anthony Hancock. I wonder what that means.