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Need to reload 2016 precinct results for all FL elections #5

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dwillis opened this Issue Jul 5, 2018 · 0 comments

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dwillis commented Jul 5, 2018

Grant Smith reports:

"On Florida, I went direct back to the state site and downloaded the raw source files and ran the same query and now it shows 82 districts. So maybe they updated it since y'all originally downloaded it? It does look like some counties aren't reporting their state rep results. From the OpenElections file, there are 66 counties but only 50 reporting state rep results.

The file I put together from the state has 68 counties (one is a blank) but only 51 with state rep results.

The file I downloaded from OpenElections has 137,568 records and what I compiled from the state has 626,690. I didn't fiddle yet with the one county that did a recount. I'm gonna shoot them an email but it looks like we may have to hit up those missing counties for their missing data."

Precinct-level results are here, and will require some additions to the core repository to load individual county files. They also could be stitched together in advance, but probably better to download/unzip file and handle.

Steps:

  1. Add state's county abbreviations from precinct downloads to FL.csv file in mappings directory in openelex\us\fl directory.
  2. Write fetch command to retrieve, unzip and rename county files, using the abbreviations.
  3. Alter loader to ingest files.

@dwillis dwillis changed the title Need to reload 2016 primary and general results Need to reload 2016 precinct results for all FL elections Jul 5, 2018

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