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Election: A Novel - 11 Summary & Analysis

Tom Perrotta
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11 Summary

Mr. M. calls Hendricks and Larry to his desk, letting them know the count is 205 to 204, and that Paul has won. Hendricks counts the votes, and agrees. But Larry is adamant that two of the ballots are missing. They do a quick search of the room, but find nothing. Eight period rolls around, and there is an assembly to announce the results. Paul, watching Tracy, realizes she is actually unhappy with her life.

Mr. M. then arrives to announce Paul Warren as the winner.

11 Analysis

Mr. M. seals Tracy's fate by creating a fraudulent count of the votes. Hendricks corroborates the fraudulent number, unaware that anything has gone wrong. Larry, who has a crush on Tracy, and is himself something of a narcissist -he protests in the previous chapter when he is left alone to count ballots -proceeds to continue to question the recount, knowing...

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