With such an open disapproval for the governor, it goes back to the question, how did he get reelected? One woman may have an answer for that. Beth Clarkson, a Wichita State mathematician, has found irregularities in election returns in Sedgwick and other counties. While Clarkson is not outright claiming voter fraud, she is wanting to see if that is a possibility, or if it is just normal anomalies.
“Statisticians examining results of the 2012 Republican primary election in Iowa, New Hampshire, Arizona, Ohio, Oklahoma, Alabama, Louisiana, Wisconsin, West Virginia and Kentucky noticed a peculiar phenomenon. In race after race, once the vote tally exceeded 500, establishment candidates appeared to get a disproportionate number of votes than did tea party candidates.”