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RE: Puerto Rico - Gems - Reporting

Yes, there are 1683 polling locations.  But, they are going to hand count, 
this time, at the polling locations, less 75 that we are doing election 
day.  Then we are going to do Central Count on all 1683 precincts after 
election day.  There is a mandatory recount done after election day.  This 
will be required, even if we sell the whole island.

-----Original Message-----
From:	Steve Knecht [SMTP:skglobal@earthlink.net]
Sent:	Friday, January 28, 2000 6:25 PM
To:	Jeff Hintz; Support Team (E-mail)
Subject:	Re: Puerto Rico - Gems - Reporting

King does 2,700 reporting precincts, so that's not an issue.  What do you
mean they are all Central count?  No polling places??
----- Original Message -----
From: Jeff Hintz <jhglobal@earthlink.net>
To: Support Team (E-mail) <support@gesn.com>
Sent: Friday, January 28, 2000 1:40 PM
Subject: Puerto Rico - Gems - Reporting

> In Puerto Rico they have 14 Regions, with a breakdown of around 5 to 10
> Precincts - (Precintos), and within those Precincts a breakdown of
> from 1 to 43 units -  (Unidades).  Example:  REGION SAN JUAN - SAN JUAN
> - UNIT 1-33, REGION SAN JUAN - SAN JUAN 002 - UNIT 1-37, etc, etc.  Then
> comes then next Region.  They wish to report as low as the units, so I am
> assuming that I would set up the database to have the units as the
> Reporting Precincts, and then if they want to have totals by Regions, I
> set up the Districts to do this.  Would this be the correct way to set
> up???  It would end up being 1683 Reporting Precincts and we will be
> counting all of these Reporting Precincts on Central Count.  Does anyone
> see a problem with this???
> Jeff Hintz
> Global Election Systems