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CVR) Subgroup"> Cast Vote Records (CVR) Subgroup

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How to Join:

The email list for this subgroup is vvsg-cvr@nist.gov.
The email list for this subgroup is vvsg-cvr@list.nist.gov.
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Neal McBurnett has some experimental code to convert this to CSV format, one row per ballot, one column per candidate

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