use precincts in a sentence.
Including Alaska and Hawai'i, with zero precincts reporting!
Which precincts/neighborhoods would you say one should stay away from?
With 92% precincts reporting, the Arizona bill to legalize medicinal marijuana is 50.
How specific do you get with Voter precincts/districts?
The walls of our embassies and consulates have been breached, their precincts abandoned to triumphant mobs, and many people have been murdered—all in response to an unwatchable Internet video titled “Innocence of Muslims.
Why do they count a state as having been won by a candidate after only 5%, 10%, or even 25% of the total precincts are reported?
Pretty much the only good source of data is the AP, because they have tons of reporters on the ground who can report precincts as they are called in.
Voter ID does nothing to prevent this sort of thing: the election officials in “friendly” precincts can just wink at forged or missing ID.
It's a ridiculously gerrymandered district, winding around to catch the Republican precincts in Austin.
If they were taking up weapons and shooting up precincts likely to vote for the other guy, would 'the intent be the same'?
I live in a small Pennsylvania borough with an operating budget of about $1 mil/year (this includes all services for the entire borough of 3-4 precincts).
Here's a slightly OT question, for politically inclined folks:How likely would you be to look at a site that on election day scrapes election results as they come in from various swing states, and extrapolates the state result by projecting each county individually from already reported precincts?
There are certainly going to be unique ballots per precinct, and really tiny precincts like Hart's Location and Dixie Notch or whatever are subject to it too, but it's not "very likely" for the average US voter.