Does not compute! I don’t know how this could happen; Just looking at the Bennet 6607, and O’Dea 4854 totaling 11,461; This isn’t right??? not 10,718 did 743 Ballots just mysteriously show up? and comparison with Mitchell vs Alemang, and the Kuhn/Becker vs Wood. What am I seeing here. As for 6A & 2D I found most people I talked to had no idea what the were voting for or against, but voted like the rest of their party. Like I said does not Compute.
Sorry, the column headers are misleading. Could have been clearer.
The 10,718 is the sum of all votes either for or against 6A (3,315+7403). Like you point out, it’s not the sum of total votes for Bennet or O’Day. There were 11,461 votes for either Bennet or O’Day, 340 votes for the other candiates, and 146 under votes.
The DEM vote on 6A was split. The REPs voted like the rest of their party, 4,096 against 6A.
The chart shows that, for 6A, 2,901 people of the people that voted for Bennet also voted for 6A. There were 2,966 people that voted for Bennet, but voted against 6A. So, the DEM vote on 6A was split. The REPs voted like the rest of their party, 4,096 against 6A.
Maybe the chart below is clearer. It shows every vote.