Milwaukee County election workers begin audit process
Posted: Nov 8, 2018 9:20 PM CDT
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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- It's part of the election most of us don't see, the double checking that's done to make sure the votes have been counted correctly.
Milwaukee County elections workers started their audit process on Thursday.
They'll check to see if vote totals that were counted at the polling places, matches results that were sent to the Commission's Office.
"With technology and humans together, that's sometimes how errors are made and so we just have to look at our procedures," said Julietta Henry, Director of Elections for Milwaukee County.
Henry says some issues were discovered and corrected before this audit was started. It will go on for about a week.