Thankfully, we’re able to access the polling part of the blog again, and I can relate some numbers. The KS Senate poll had 6,554 votes. Of course, given previous shenanigans, there’s no way to tell how many of those were actual votes as compared to fake ones. The 1st District poll, on the other hand, had 5,579 votes. There were no auto-vote codes found there. As was said before, however, all results should be skeptically considered, given the easily manipulated nature of the poll – either through code or deleting cookies.
Next time, we’ll be a little more security minded.
(Added at 9:34 p.m. – I’d like to make something very clear, as these things can spin out of control. We have absolutely no indications that the person who inserted the script into the poll was formally associated with the Moran campaign. I have spoken with the Moran campaign and have a firm, on-the-record denial that this action was sanctioned by them in any way, or was undertaken by any Moran employee.)