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This WINK News story looks at educator voting, and challenges the notion that teachers represented a large voting block in Florida. The report used voting data to determine the voter turnout for educational personnel.

To do this reporting, the reporter had to be able to perform an effective database search to find the voting lists and voter information. The reporter might have also had to use statistical analysis to match information and determine demographic distinctions.

Finally the report needed to determine how many staff members lived in the district and were able to vote. The reporter would have had to use personal records to identify where people lived.

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The reporter in this case has a lot of tasks but the reason for that is the need of effective database search to find the voting lists and voter information.
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This page contains a single entry by hende331 published on December 11, 2011 8:14 PM.

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