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Election: A Novel - 10 Summary & Analysis

Tom Perrotta
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Mr. Hendricks announces over the loudspeaker that Tammy Warren has withdrawn from the race, making Tracy believe it is a Warren plot against her. Mr. Hendricks gives Mr. M. the job of crossing out Tammy's name on all of the pre-printed ballots. Mr. M. is still reeling from the morning's events, and he has become disillusioned with the election. Tammy, meanwhile, takes advantage of her suspension to go to the business district and try on a school girl uniform.

After voting, Mr. M. is tasked with counting the ballots. 641 votes have been cast, and the counting will be overseen by Larry DiBono, a student election monitor. Mr. Hendricks is also supposed to be present, but he isn't around. Mr. M. tells Larry to begin counting, and then slips out under the pretext of looking for Hendricks. Mr. M. then calls Sherry, who is at his...

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