Elections : statistical analysis of factors that affected uncounted votes in the 2000 presidential election : report to the ranking minority member, Committee on Government Reform, House of Representatives / United States General Accounting Office.
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Paper version available from the General Accounting Office.
The U.S. General Accounting Office presents the full text of an October 2001 report entitled "Elections: Statistical Analysis of Factors That Affected Uncounted Votes in the 2000 Presidential Election." The report was presented to Henry Waxman, the Ranking Minority Member of the Committee on Government Reform of the U.S. House of Representatives. The report provides information about uncounted presidential votes in the November 2000 general election and the extent to which these uncounted votes could be attributed to counties' voting equipment and demographic characteristics. The online.