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Last Thursday, a hand recount of ballots was conducted in the District 11 Democratic primary election for Washtenaw County commissioner. Initial results from the Aug 3. election had yielded Yousef Rabhi as the winner in a field of four candidates – by one vote. The candidate with 997 votes counted on election day, compared to Rabhi’s 998, was Mike Fried, who asked that the ballots be recounted.

Before the Aug. 26 recounting got started, Conan Smith (left), a current county commissioner acting as one of Youself Rabhi's official "watchers," chats with Mike Fried (right), who'd asked for the recount. Shooting video for the Michigan Election Reform Alliance was Jan BenDor. Seated in the background is Alice Ralph, who came third in the balloting for the District 11 seat.

The process started around 12:30 p.m., and about four hours later in the lower level conference room of the county building at 200 N. Main St., the final ballots had been recounted – the last ones coming from Precinct 2 in Ann Arbor Township. [District 11 covers parts of southeast Ann Arbor and one precinct in Ann Arbor Township.]

Fried summed up the afternoon, conceding to Rabhi – who was still the winner after the recounting, with a relatively comfortable margin of two votes: “Well, congratulations!”

Fried continued with compliments all around for the board of canvassers and the election inspectors who handled the recounting, saying he was amazed that they had finished in four hours.

The board of canvassers consists of Tony DeMott (R), Melodie Gable (R), Ulla Roth (D), and Carol Kuhnke (D). The news was first reported by The Ann Arbor Chronicle live from the scene: “ Foldaway Tote Ganesha 02 by VIDA VIDA Buy Cheap Footlocker Finishline Huge Range Of Buy Cheap Visit New C9nZNrju6w
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The work might have been completed sooner, had it not been for a snafu with the Ann Arbor Township ballot box. Initially, the box for Precinct 1, not Precinct 2, had been delivered for recounting. Getting access to the correct box depended on tracking down someone with a key to the room in the township clerk’s office, where the ballots are stored.

Recounted totals for the four candidates: Yousef Rabhi, 999; Mike Fried, 997; Alice Ralph, 280; LuAnne Bullington, 108.

The afternoon included a range of scenarios that illuminated some of the more arcane aspects of the voting system. Also in attendance was Joe Baublis, who will be on the ballot for the Republicans in November for the District 11 county board seat. He posed a question at the start of the proceedings: How much will this recount cost taxpayers?

How Much Does a Recount Cost?

Table 1.

Characteristics of Patients With Community-Acquired Pneumonia Displayed by Detected Pathogen

Abbreviations: CI, confidence interval; COPD, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease; RSV, respiratory syncytial virus; , .

NOTE: Data presented as n (%) unless otherwise stated.

All cases with an identified virus (bocavirus, coronavirus, influenza, metapneumovirus, parainfluenza, rhinovirus, or RSV).

, , or identified.

Any combination of the following underlying conditions listed in the table.

Vaccinated against seasonal influenza before actual season.

Of 168 patients ≥65 years of age, 32 (19%) had received pneumococcal vaccination.

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Table 1.

Characteristics of Patients With Community-Acquired Pneumonia Displayed by Detected Pathogen

Abbreviations: CI, confidence interval; COPD, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease; RSV, respiratory syncytial virus; , .

NOTE: Data presented as n (%) unless otherwise stated.

All cases with an identified virus (bocavirus, coronavirus, influenza, metapneumovirus, parainfluenza, rhinovirus, or RSV).

, , or identified.

Any combination of the following underlying conditions listed in the table.

Vaccinated against seasonal influenza before actual season.

Of 168 patients ≥65 years of age, 32 (19%) had received pneumococcal vaccination.

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The overall incidence of CAP requiring hospital admission was 20.6 cases per 10000 adults per year. Detailed incidence figures are displayed in Table 2 .

Table 2.

Population Incidence of Community-Acquired Pneumonia Requiring Hospital Admission per 10000 Adults

Population statistics derived from publicly available official data (Statistics Iceland: Womens Inga Jeans Gardeur Discount Explore Outlet Best Seller Outlet Best Store To Get 7seJs
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Table 2.

Population Incidence of Community-Acquired Pneumonia Requiring Hospital Admission per 10000 Adults

Population statistics derived from publicly available official data (Statistics Iceland: Navy Down Quilted Four Bar Vest Thom Browne Cheap Sale Clearance Cheap Best Free Shipping Shopping Online Genuine For Sale e3edEDrU
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A potential pathogen was identified in 164 (53%) cases. Multiple agents were detected in 30 cases (10%; Table 3 ), and the most commonly identified organism was S pneumonia e, (61 cases, 20%). A respiratory virus was recovered in 47 cases (15%), and an atypical bacterial agent ( M pneumoniae , C pneumoniae , or Legionella species) was recovered in 43 cases (14%). In addition, Burkholderia pseudomallei was detected in 1 instance, in a traveler returning from Southeast Asia.

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