Results from Citizens' Audit of Feb. Supreme Court Primary

CheckLogo-Medium.jpgJust a quick post to share the results from Saturday's Citizens Audit of Dane County's voting-machine output in the February 16 primary for Wisconsin Supreme Court.

I'll expand this blog post later with more detail (post any questions in the comments section if there's something specific you want to know about), but right now I'm in a hurry to get the summary report out and get to work on the more detailed report.

One of the things we are trying to do is to demonstrate what a good, transparent, public post-election audit would look like--and that includes prompt and thorough public reporting of the findings. (Something the Dane County Clerk does not do. He says he routinely performs post-election audits, but if you've even seen him publicly report any findings from those audits, I'm afraid you were hallucinating. Hasn't happened.)

Anyway, here's our report of what we did and what we saw in Saturday's audit, and now I'm back to work writing the more thorough report.


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  • commented 2016-03-16 04:15:41 -0500
    Karen,
    1. How many ballots cast statewide?
    2. How many ballots were sampled counted?
    3. Can the state ( in all future elections) do 100% Verify hand count
    of all votes on all ballots as is required per our “30 Full Voting Rights”?
    Thanks and Good Luck,
    Frank Henry
    Full Voting Rights Advocate
    Cottonwood, Arizona
    Tel: 928-649-0249
    e-mail: fmhenry4@netzero.com

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