Here's the link to the New Hampshire Secretary of State's recount web page where they are listing the Diebold totals vs. hand count totals. www.sos.nh.gov/recountresults
Most look accurate. But the ones that aren't, really really aren't. I don't entertain the idea that the primary was "stolen" or anything. The more important question is whether these machines are capable of accurately reflecting actual votes. In some instances you will notice that the Diebold machines seem to have added votes that did not exist in the handcount. For instance, how can the machine have calculated more than a hundred total votes in a precinct that the hand counts did not? Where did those votes come from? Or where did the hand ballots go?
Maybe I'm seeing stuff that's not there. Maybe I'm statistically-challenged. If so, correct me. But don't the vote TOTALS not add up?
Somebody got some 'splainin to do.