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#4947: In Support of Beaulieu on the Elections (fwd)




From: Max Blanchet <MaxBlanchet@worldnet.att.net>

More on the elections of 1995

Libte of August 30 - September 5, 1995 (# 153),
page 4-5, also gave the complete results of the first
round of senatorial elections. They are as follows
for two departments:

LWES

NAME		PARTY		VOTES	%

EMANYEL Wsn; 	LAVALAS; 	212,714; 	63.6
SABALA Jan Wob;End; 		134,514; 	40.2
DLPE Tinb; 	FNCD; 		44, 141; 	13.2
JN Edi; 		FNCD; 		41,131; 	12.3
JJ Amos; 	KONAKOM; 	38,569; 	11.5
MANIGA Milann ; 	RDNP; 		23,596; 	7.1
OPON, Wob; 	UPDC; 		18,178; 	5.4
BWAN Dinval; 	KONAKOM; 	17,895; 	5.4
LEWA Antwann; 	MDN; 		13,884; 	4.2
KLOD Mari Deniz; 	PDCH; 		13,085; 	3.9
BISRT Frits; 	RDNP; 		10,606; 	3.2
DEMOSTN Pl; 	PANPRA; 	10,012; 	3.0
JAN LWI Atanaz;	UPD;		9,540; 	2.9
PETI Lisyen; 	FULNH;		9,390; 	2.8
SANON Arman;	PNCH;		9,323; 	2.8
KALIKS Fito; 	PNR; 		8,427; 	2.5
PY Frits; 	PDCH; 		7,858; 	2.3
ALFRD Onz; 	FULNH; 		7,440; 	2.2
MOYIZ ns; 	UPAN; 		7,282; 	2.2
SEN LWI A Rivera; 	PNR; 		6,013; 	1.8
DIMA Jan Anl; 	PNDT; 		5,206;	1.6
KRISFONT Jan Klod PAIN; 		5,154; 	1.5
JISTEN Jan Sipriyen; PNT; 		4,766; 	1.4
PYOU Remon;	PAIN;		4,655; 	1.4
BLRIS Jan Ogis; 	PSR; 		3,391; 	1.0
BASTYEN Polinis; 	PSR; 		2,074; 	0.6
Total 			             668,844
Denominator		             334,422

Note that the total number of votes was divided by 2 to
arrive at the denominator used to calculate the percentages
for each candidate.

Thus, Wsn EMANYEL obtained: 212,714x100.00/334,422
or 63.6% of the votes and Jan Wob SABALA obtained:
134,514x100.00/334,422 or 40.2% or the votes.
Accordingly, EMANYEL was elected in the first round
and SABALA and DLPE went to the second round.

Note that the factor 2.0 was used to compute the
denominator because two senators were to be elected
in the West Department and each voter was assumed to
have voted for two candidates.

LATIBONIT

MADISTEN Samyl	LAVALAS	66,927	48.2
JAN Mak Donal	LAVALAS	47,776	34.4
MILO Samyl	FNCD		17,858	12.9
DEWCH Sj	FNCD		16,945	12.2
LASN Alks	KONAKOM	15,874	11.4

PADO J Lisyen	KONAKOM	13,031	  9.4
KOVIL Madan Py	PROP		10,645	  7.7
DYEDONE Silvyo	UPDC		  9,690	  7.0
JOZF Sj	PAIN		  8,003	  5.8
JEWM Sj Py	PADH		  7,799	  5.6
GISTENVIL Iv	PNT		  7,157	  5.2
FREDERIK J. Lavo	UPDC		  6,838	  4.9
DIPITON Danyl	PAIN		  6,305	  4.5
ALEKSN Ejn	Endp.		  6,159	  4.4
JEDEYON Senofa	PADH		  5,681	  4.1
BENWA Sj	PROP		  5,376	  3.9
CHAL Sen Remi	RDNP		  5,112	  3.7
MIMI Leyons	PNR		  4,193	  3.0
JOZF C. Lwi Py	PNR		  3,969	  2.9
BYENNEME Ig	PDCH		  3,588	  2.6
METELIS Jozf E.	PDCH		  3,507	  2.5
FRANSWA David 	PANPRA		  3,469	  2.5
JAN BATIS Py 	MODELH-PRDGH	  1,788	  1.3
Total			               277,690
Denominator		               138,845

Thus MADISTEN won: 66,927x100/138,845 or 48.2% of the
total votes and had to go to a second round with JAN, MILO
and DEWCH.

THE METHOD IMPLEMENTED IN THE 2000 ELECTIONS
WAS NOT USED IN 1995. Had it been used, the results
would have been as follows:

LWES

EMANYEL 	212,714		98.36%
SABALA		134,514		62.20
DELPE		  44,141		20.41
JN		  41,131		19.02
Total		432,500
Denominator	216,250

LATIBONIT

MADISTEN	66,927		89.53
JAN		47,776		63.91
MIL		17,858		23.89
DEWCH		16,945		22.67
Total	              149,506
Denominator           74,753

THUS EMANYEL, SABALA, MADISTEN AND JAN
WOULD HAVE BEEN ELECTED IN THE FIRST ROUND.

I will be happy to send to those interested a copy of the Libte
article.