The Comments from Capitol Fax Blog about Mary McClellan’s Missing Election Night Votes – Part 1

After a Friend of McHenry County Blog discovered that tens of thousands of votes cast on Election Day did not make it to McHenry County Clerk Mary McClellan’s web site or election results, I emailed Rich Miller of Capitol Fax the data and he called McClellan.

You can read his Thursday article here.

The comments, which come from people all over Illinois will be shared over the next three days.

  1. – Soccermom – Thursday, Nov 8, 18 @ 1:20 pm:This is serious. What happens now?
  2. – njt16 – Thursday, Nov 8, 18 @ 1:22 pm:The same number of early ballots that were cast?https://www.nwherald.com/2018/10/31/more-than-24-000-cast-early-ballots-in-mchenry-county/ad6euxe/
  3. – wordslinger – Thursday, Nov 8, 18 @ 1:25 pm:–In a phone interview Thursday morning, McClellan said the gap isn’t that unusual.“People just didn’t want to vote for governor,” she said.–

    That statement, coming from a county clerk, is absurd to the point of very troubling, given the seriousness of the situation.

    Keep an eye on this one. Something really stinks.

  4. – Soccermom – Thursday, Nov 8, 18 @ 1:26 pm:Same number as EV? yikes.
  5. – MikeMacD – Thursday, Nov 8, 18 @ 1:27 pm:Apparently, it’s been corrected on the website.
  6. – 47th Ward – Thursday, Nov 8, 18 @ 1:30 pm:Why is always the Republicans who don’t want to count all of the votes?
  7. – Moby – Thursday, Nov 8, 18 @ 1:36 pm:Looks “corrected” now. So, she “corrected” the numbers like within 10-15 minutes after you posted this story? Weird.
  8. – John Deere Green – Thursday, Nov 8, 18 @ 1:38 pm:A Democrat not named Jack Franks won McHenry County. That’s not insignificant.

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More tomorrow.


Comments

The Comments from Capitol Fax Blog about Mary McClellan’s Missing Election Night Votes – Part 1 — 3 Comments

  1. McClellan was once a Chicago Democrat moved to McHenry County and turned RINO. We all know what happened and why Lying Jack has rushed to help cover it up.

    Proving it may be more troublesome.

  2. Are you sure Rich Miller of CapitolFax called McHenry County Board Clerk Mary McClellan?

    Or did Mr. Miller obtain that information from the Northwest Herald?

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    From that Capitolfax article:

    “In a phone interview Thursday morning, McClellan said the gap isn’t that unusual.

    “People just didn’t want to vote for governor,” she said.”

    capitolfax.com/2018/11/08/as-many-as-24000-votes-may-be-missing-in-mchenry-county

    ++++++++++++++++++++++

    From this Northwest Herald article:

    In a phone interview Thursday morning, McClellan at first said the gap isn’t that unusual.

    McClellan pegged the missing votes to “bullet voting” or “undervoting” – the practice of voting in one race on the ballot despite the ability to vote in more.

    “People just didn’t want to vote for governor,” she said.”

    nwherald.com/2018/11/08/outcome-of-district-5-county-board-race-changes-after-clerk-discovers-website-didnt-include-early-voting-numbers/ay94qrl

    nwherald.com/2018/11/08/election-reporting-software-issues-in-mchenry-county-clerks-office-could-alter-results/ay94qrl

    ++++++++++++++

    The Northwest Herald changed the URL after the missing votes changed the outcome of some elections.

  3. **Are you sure Rich Miller of CapitolFax called McHenry County Board Clerk Mary McClellan?**

    Did you click on the link? Rich said he called McClellan and didn’t get a call back.

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