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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, November 4, 1976

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, November 4, 1976

2 regents re-elected

VOTES RET ALLIED TODAY:

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(Continued from Page 1)
In the Wayne State contest,I
George Edwards and Dauris
Jackson, both of Detroit, were
victorious.
With 181 of the County's 196
precincts reporting:
PROSECUTOR
Delhey: 49,993
Steeh: 45,917

SHERIFF
Minick: 62,399
Postill: 37,459
Jackson: (HRP) 2005
Smith: (Libertarian) 425
PROPOSAL 1
(Bridge millage)
Yes: 38,766
No: 53,886

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No: 64,210
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said George Hastings, aide to
Pierce. "The data is jumpy;
it's just jumpin' all over the
place. The figures change every
time they add them up."
Hastings said an original tal-
ly in Washtenaw County "over-
inflated Pursell's total by about
1,000" before being corrected.
Hastings said Pierce's Wayne
County tally probably was about
200 over his actual vote total.
HASTINGS ALSO SAID he
thought that the election "was
probably not going to be re-
solved for 2 weeks," when an
official canvass of the three
counties is completed.
Pursell agreed that most of
his concern focused on the

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Washtenaw tally. .
"We found several errors in
the Washtenaw tally," said Pur-
sell late last night. "Apparent-
ly there's been some problemsI
n some precincts reporting in-
correctly."
The state senator from Li-

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vonia also pinned his final hopes sentee ballot votes were actu-
on the outcome of the two-week ally returns from certain pre-
long State Board of Canvassers cincts," he explained.
survey, promising that "it will Later, he said, "It's my
give us a winner." guess that somebody made what
Imight be called a clerical er-
PURSELL ADDED that in the! ror."=
case of extremely tight races
such as this, the U.S. Justice H A R R I S O N said he will
Department conducts its own start from scratch again today;
canvass. and retotal all the precinct1
Meanwhile, Washtenaw Coun- votes to set the Washtenaw
ty Clerk Bob Harrison said vote straight.
there was no "plain and sim- "We'll sit down and check

pdication of who has w n this
photo-finish contest.

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e answer" to the discrepan- through all 198 precinct books
es of the various vote counts. and add it up. That ought to
Harrison attributed part of the settle it," he said.
roblem to a mix-up that oc- Both Pursell and Pierce have
urred when absentee ballots agreed to Harrison's plan, and
om Augusta Township were both have said the Washtenaw
honed in on election night. vote tally, expected by aboutI
"What was said to be ab- noon today, will give a good

Students
warm to
(Continued from Page 1)
really wanted a change in the
White Holtse. but I thought they
wrwld be tun searedtto votetfor
it," said Ellen Berman.
Fo r stidents said they voted
for Carter because a Democrat-
ic - President would get more
coneration and results with
Congess than could a Republi-
can President.
"Althoigh the major reason
I voted for Carter was that I
dislike Ford," said John Lud-.
wig, a graduate student in elec-
trical engineering, "I feel we're
better off with a Democratic
platform, and Congress will be
more willing to work with Car-
ter."
JOHN RUSSELL, a junior,
was one of the few people in-
terviewed who voted for Carter
for his policy positions.
"Perhaps there won't be any
drastic change, but there will
be progress towards things I
think are important, such as
nationalizing health care and
separating the military and in-
dustrial complex. Besids, I
don't believe that Carter has
been bought yet."
"Carter's economic programs
are better," said junior Stuart
Mandell, "I think inflation will
be kept down and employment
will go up."
SOPHOMORE Lori Stober ad-
mitted different reasons for sup-
porting Carter. "I'm not saying
I love Carter, but I disagreed
with several things Ford did
during his administration, such
as pardoning Nixon andfailing
to give financial assistance to
New York City. Also, Carter is
pro-Israel, and Ford did more
for the Arabs then he did for
Israel."
Many of those disappointed
with Carter's win said they dis-
liked his policies or didn't trust
him.
"I don't trust Carter," said
Steve Baker, a senior. "But it'll
be interesting to see if he can
live up to his promises.
"COMING FROM the black
perspective, I felt the chelce
of candidates was like the les-
ser of two evils," said sopho-
more Richard Ross. "But I
really did not trust Carter; he
suddenly appeared on the politi-
cal scene. I also don't believe
that his 'ethnic purity' state-
ment was a mistake, like he
claims."
Steve Hochberg said he
wasn't for Carter, but "I guess
I can stomach him. I don't like
his lack of experience, spending
habits, or placing unemploy-
ment above inflation in priori-
ties."
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXVII, No. 49
Thursday, November 4, 1976
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