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Last updated with 11/13 results from Alameda County ROV
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MEASURE S
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YesNo% Yes% NoYes votes to come*No votes to come*Projected net gain in yes votes*Projected result (net "yes" votes)*
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Initial Absentees6,9815,04058.1%41.9%2,876-1,4324,3072,174
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Polls9,37512,37143.1%56.9%-1171,561-1,677-3,810
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Late Vote by Mail and Provisionals Counted So Far8,7399,81747.1%52.9%680764-84-2,217
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Total Counted So Far25,09527,22848.0%52.0%853591263-1,870
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Net "yes" votes needed to pass2133*-Assuming the final split for all the late absentee votes is according to the percentages on each row
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MEASURE T
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YesNo% Yes% NoYes votes to come*No votes to come*Projected net gain in yes votes*Projected result (net "yes" votes)*
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Initial Absentees6,1945,40353.4%46.6%2,1334251,7081,241
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Polls9,55010,46447.7%52.3%9941,564-569-1,036
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Late Vote by Mail and Provisionals Counted So Far8,5498,89349.0%51.0%1,2541,304-50-517
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Total Counted So Far24,29324,76049.5%50.5%1,3561,202154-313
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Net "yes" votes needed to pass467*-Assuming the final split for all the late absentee votes is according to the percentages on each row
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Projected Total Late Absentees20,000
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Sources
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Measure S Results from http://www.acgov.org/rov/current_election/105105.htm
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Measure T Results from http://www.acgov.org/rov/current_election/106106.htm
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Rob Wrenn's comments on the first article on this topic: http://www.berkeleyside.com/2012/11/07/remaining-berkeley-votes-could-change-close-contests/
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S and T scenarios