Wisconsin election officials find no failures in post election audit
MADISON, Wis. (WKBT) — An election audit in Wisconsin found no errors or failures in voting equipment for the 2018 general election.
Nearly 200 voting machines were tested across the state, including two machines in the city of La Crosse.
More than 150,000 ballots were counted by hand as part of the effort.
The audit was the largest post election audit conducted in the state since post-election audits were put in place in 2006.
The report recommends that counties conduct voluntary audits of machines following the 2019 spring elections.
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