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What standards would you use to count a vote in the 2000 presidential election? Make your selections below and find out which candidate would have won.
      1) Punch Ballots  2) Optical Ballots  3) Judging Standard
Count ballot as a vote if: (choose one)
Chad is at least dimpled.
See an example
Chad is detached from one or more corners.
See an example
Chad is fully detached from ballot.
Count ballot as a vote if: (choose one)
Vote is indicated, but marked incorrectly.
See an example
Vote is indicated and marked correctly.
See an example
Vote is indicated and marked correctly, but the candidate's name is also written in. (Choose yes or no) See an example
Yes No
Ballot condition is agreed upon by at least two judges or all three judges. (choose one)
Two Judges Three Judges

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