Logical Voter Distribution

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BY VALD SVEKIS SRQ DAILY SATURDAY PERSPECTIVES EDITION SATURDAY MAR 18, 2017

The bullet point distribution is logical. Ahearn-Koch and Chapman would have shared many ballots from united neighborhood voting thus the low bullet votes. I would expect Ahern-Koch to have more bullet votes in the run-off. She will share ballot mostly with Brody. Hyde was the only Republican (and possible Trump supporter) and thus had a singular following beyond the other candidates in bullet votes. I would expect Atkins voters to mainly support Ahearn-Koch while Gannon's votes will split between Ahearn-Koch and Brody. These are SWAGS, at best.

Vald Svekis, responding to the "Where The Votes Are: Bullet Votes" factoid in the March 16 edition of SRQ Daily.

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