New York City Board of Elections Finds 200,000 Votes a Month After Election

12/03/2010 08:55 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011
  • SAM ROBERTS nytimes.com

The city's Board of Elections routinely reminds New Yorkers that the election night vote count is unofficial and preliminary.

Still, the difference in the results from Nov. 2 and in the returns formally certified by the board on Wednesday seems striking: The board found 195,055 votes, or 17 percent more votes, than were originally reported.

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