GEMS can we also report that percentage of voter turnout that everyone
(okaloosa) was looking for in VTS?
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Nel Finberg
Sent: Monday, January 22, 2001 7:33
Subject: Re: congressional district
absentee precinct results can't be reported by district in VTS but can in
order to report correct absentee results by district, absentee precincts must
be defined so as to coincide with the Congressional district boundaries.
That is, the base precincts that comprise each absentee precinct must coincide
one-to-one with the base precincts comprising the corresponding
district. If the absentee precincts do not follow district boundaries,
absentee results reported for a particular district will include the total
results of all absentee precincts that comprise any base precinct in the
district in question, which would give you potentially incorrect
that the summary report allows you to report all results, polling and
absentee, on a summarized basis, so that it is not necessary to just view
absentee results with the Congressional breakdown. However, in the SOVC,
including absentee results will then necessarily mean reporting by
Congressional district, and it will not be possible to report absentee results
both Congressionally and by some other district in the same
Sent: Thursday, January
18, 2001 2:05 PM
someone explain to me how we report congressional districts results from our
county wide absentee precinct?
answer applicable to both VTS and GEMS?