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Officials Will Conduct Hundreds of Audits to Improve Michigan’s Elections

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The Michigan Bureau of Elections and bipartisan election clerks will be conducting more than 200 public audits of the Nov. 8, 2022 election.

These precinct-level audits will be conducted by bureau staff and county clerks to review election procedures and figure out the best practices for future elections.

They’ll also work on a statewide audit, which will select random batches of ballots to be hand-counted to affirm the accuracy of Michigan’s voting machines.

The process will begin Thursday, Jan. 11, and the bureau expects all these audits to be finished by Feb. 17.

The results will be shared by the Board of State Canvassers in a public meeting.

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