KY 2015 Governor: Numerical voting anomalies

Richard Charnin

Nov.26, 2015

Update: Nov. 30

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Matrix of Deceit: Forcing Pre-election and Exit Polls to Match Fraudulent Vote Counts
Proving Election Fraud: Phantom Voters, Uncounted Votes and the National Exit Poll
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This is a follow-up to *KY 2015 Governor Cumulative Vote Shares indicate Likely Fraud. *Bevin(R) defeated Conway (D) by 52.5-43.8%, an 85,000 vote margin. Pre-election polls had Conway winning by 3-5%.

Precinct data

Precinct data for 109 of 120 counties were downloaded. Eleven counties did not have detailed precinct data in Excel format (county votes included). The details are in two spreadsheets: KY2015Gov1 and KY2015Gov2

Cumulative vote shares

**Conway’s cumulative vote share declined from the 25% mark to the final in 75 of the 109 counties for which there is precinct data. The probability of this occurrence is 1 in 26,000. His vote share declined from the 10% mark to the final in each of the 17 largest counties. The probability is 1 in 262,000. We would normally expect a nearly even split of gains and losses.**

Assuming the True Vote was at the

** – 10% CVS mark, Conway won by 49.5-46.4%.**

** – 25% CVS mark, Bevin won by 48.3-47.7%**

County vote data was categorized into groups from the largest 15 counties to the 120 total. Conway had 56.4% of the Top 15 at the 10% CVS mark and 53.9% at the 25% mark.

Vote share correlation

KY has 3,201,852 registered voters and 3,663 precincts (874 registered voters/precinct). An average of 268 votes/precinct (31.5% turnout)

Conway’s vote share was positively correlated to

– registered voters: 0.32 correlation at 25% CVS and 0.25 at final.

– ballots cast: 0.32 at 25% CVS and 0.27 at final.

– voter turnout: 0.20 at 25% CVS and 0.22 at final.

Six county audit

In the six small counties chosen for an audit (54,000 votes), Conway had 42.1% at the 25% mark and 39.3% at the final. A better choice would have been six large counties (352,000 votes) i which Conway had 60.2% at 25% and 52.9% at the final.

True Vote Model

A Sensitivity Analysis over a range of vote shares and returning voters from the 2012 presidential election indicated that Conway won the base case scenario by 49.9-46.8% with a 98% win probability, matching the pre-election polls. He won 64 of 75 scenarios.

Downballot races

Secretary of State Lundergan (D) won with 51.16%.

Attorney General Beshear (D) won with 50.12%

Conway lost with a 45.24% (2-party share)

Absentee Ballots

In 17 counties for which there is absentee voter data, Conway had 45.4% in absentee paper ballots (984) vs. 32.6% in total ballots (65,915). His vote share in absentee paper ballots exceeded his total vote share in all 17 counties. He had 37.3% in machine absentees.