I'll try to get a post together this evening. In the meantime, what's up with Kiffmeyer's office? The post I wanted to write was on cross-over voting, especially in SD13, but the Secretary of State's office doesn't seem to know how many people voted there or anywhere else.
For example, here's the SD 13 results page with 100% precincts reporting, according to the SOS there were a total of 11,226 votes cast there yesterday. If you add up the totals of the two legislative districts (13A & 13B) you also get a total of 11,226 votes. However, if you add up the total number of votes cast for State Senate in SD 13 you get 11,940, which means 740 more votes were counted (almost 7%) for State Senate in SD 13 than the total number cast. There are a couple of other areas where the total number of votes doesn't match up to the votes actually counted.
I assume this the result of mathematical errors (albeit a widespread string of errors), but until that is rectified I can't really write my post.
Which is fine, after last night I could use a few more hours of not staring at tiny tables of numbers.