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In Ohio, differnent towns have the exact same number of "extra" votes.

Check out this guy's post regarding the "extra votes" (well exceeding the number of registered voters in the Cuyahoga county precincts.
Check out this guy's post regarding the "extra votes" (well exceeding the number of registered voters in the Cuyahoga county precincts.

 http://www.democraticunderground.com/discuss/duboard.php?az=view_all&address=203x33600

I have looked at the data posted by the county, and saw something really unusual - different municipalities have the exact same number of "extra" votes.

For example:

Bedford
registered voters: 9942
votes cast - municipality: 14465 (145% turnout)
votes cast - (sum of wards): 5912 (59% turnout)
difference between ward and municipality: 8553

Warrensville Heights
registered voters: 10562
votes cast - municipality: 15039 (142% turnout)
votes cast - (sum of wards): 6486 (61% turnout)
difference between ward and municipality: 8553

Fairview Park
registered voters: 13342
votes cast - municipality: 18472(110% turnout)
votes cast - (sum of wards): 8524 (64% turnout)
difference between ward and municipality: 9948

Westlake
registered voters: 25627
votes cast - municipality: 25173 (98% turnout)
votes cast - (sum of wards): 15225 (59% turnout)
difference between ward and municipality: 9948