Its surprising how much you can accomplish if you don't care who gets the credit
We as voters are often curious as to how the voting went, precinct by precinct, party by party and type of vote, i.e. early ballot, provisional, etc. We can discern critical information from these stats, even predict how the next elecion might go, whether the political parties are actively engaged in the voting process and so on.
This is a link to the AZSOS stats for the 2018 Primary. If you can blow up the stats in the pdf that you can download, all the better. It's hard to know how long these stats might be available so we suggest if you are interested, download them to a pdf on your computer.
Very good info. How do you come across with this kind of info for us? Just a note, the counties that crawl up the east side and north side of the state are mostly tribal lands. Most tribal members are registered democrat. I would say in most cases, we could divide the demographics between the number of tribal voters vs the number of non-tribal voters too. Apache is a good example. Very little non-tribal population in that county and no large towns, mostly villages everywhere, tribal and non-tribal alike.
While your run-of-the-mill canvas will usually cover items like bikes and garden implements, it won't cover an election. To do that you need a genuine canvass . . . .
And what pray tell does a "genuine canvas" tell us?
You tell me Pat. I've never used the term . . .
Indeed you did use the term: "To do that you need a genuine canvass . . . ." In fact, it is you who intimate the AZ Canvas is less than genuine. I think it's fair to ask what you mean when you do use the term "genuine canvas"
Pat, I'm sorry you are missing the whole point. It is just that AFA called it an "Election Canvas." But they meant, or should have called it, a canvass. Canvas and canvass are different things. You even used both spellings in your rant (genuine canvass—genuine canvas). Perhaps you are not aware of what you are typing.
A canvas covers bikes, a canvass covers elections. It is just a small observation on my way to let AFA know they messed up. Not badly, just a typo. Apparently you did not read carefully what I said initially.
Have a splendid day my friend . . .
Actually I think you are missing MY point. In my opinion it is just a petty comment about nothing. It's also called "stats" so you can grouse about that later I suppose. The point is the info contained therein not the label. IMO BTW I have noticed that when you comment it's always a criticism. Why? Besides some people might not understand the word Canvass alone so Election just clarifies what it is.
"Election Canvas" is meaningless.