**7.02pm** Erika Franzi of the Asheville Tea Party and Jane Q Public blog has a screenshot of the poll results at around noon. I'm hoping that she will make that available for public inspection. While we wait on that, Here is a tool that will allow you to explore the geographic voting pattern for this poll.
Note that Dan Eichenbaum won every state. In North Carolina, he won with 39% of the vote among the 6 candidates, and he had 100% of the vote in every other state in the Union. Before I left home this morning, I posted the following tweet:
**3.58** 534 of the 927 votes (so far) have been cast among 10 IP addresses. I'm taking screenshots to show how the vote is progressing so you can see how the multiple votes are being cast.
**2.54pm** Nearly 100 votes have been cast since I took a screen shot at 2.27pm...
Here is the updated list of IP addresses:
188.8.131.52 Hayesville (BREMC) 141 votes
184.108.40.206 Asheville 125 votes
220.127.116.11 Scottsville, Va 20 votes (Wild Blue Communications)
75.04.128.36 Scottsville, Va 15 votes
18.104.22.168 14 Englewood, Co (again Wild Blue Comms)
**2.34pm** I've returned from Sylva and have taken a screenshot and Erika Franzi has taken one at noon and I've recorded the IP addresses of the poll participants. Three of them amassing more than 200 votes between them, and several more with more than one vote each.
22.214.171.124 New York City 141 votes (Another IP locator puts this one in Hayesville)
126.96.36.199 Asheville 99 votes
188.8.131.52 Asheville 9 votes
184.108.40.206 Sylva 4 votes
I'm still going through the list, but it seems that most of the multiple votes came from IP addresses in Buncombe County. Strange, huh?
Here is a poll to see where readers of this blog stand on the 11th Congressional District Primary. The poll will close at noon tomorrow, Friday the 26th of March 2010.
For those of you who haven't done their homework, here is a list of the candidates (in alphabetical order) and a link to their webpage so that you can do a little research before you cast your vote: