Moving on the the legislative side of the equasion which is far more interesting (full raw details here at the DPP site):
Here are the graphics for the raw results, also from United Daily News (Liberty Times printed these in the paper, but they can't be viewed online). From left to right, they are the results for at large nominees, district nominees, and how the so called "11 bandits" fared (very poorly). In total, 46 of 73 districted nominees were chosen (though 27 still must go through the opinion poll stage). The final decisions for all legislative nominees won't be made until late June (6/20).
I'll be incorporating data on each candidate into a Google Map that will show each district, list what areas are in that district and show the candidates from each party who will run in that district. I will also add the information on how those districts would have voted (blue-green) during the last legislative election if the district had been thus-drawn.
I'm also going to link you here to some of the good analysis that can be found in Liberty Times.
(Check out all the other articles linked on the right side of the page to see more details on the legislative results.)
In related news, Kaohsiung District Prosecutors' Office Spokesman Chung Chung-hsiao (鍾忠孝) said investigators yesterday had summoned 10 people for questioning on suspicion they bribed voters in yesterday's DPP poll.
Investigators said that people around Shan Feng Temple (