MJ076 - A Class Election
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|A Class Election|
|Puzzle Name||A Class Election|
|Picarats Given||40 Picarats|
|Location||By the Thames|
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This is the seventy-sixth puzzle you'll encounter in Layton's Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaires' Conspiracy. To access this puzzle, you must talk to Gudrun Weldon. To complete the puzzle, you must determine how many names were not written on the ballot paper.
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There are two names written on each ballot paper: the name of the person being voted for and the name of the person voting. Everyone has to write their own name on the ballot paper when voting.
There were no names that were not written on the ballot paper.
2975 Picarats and 193 Hint Coins.
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