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Michigan to conduct ‘zero-margin risk-limiting’ audit in Antrim County amid fracas over Dominion machines

A detailed audit of ballots cast in Antrim County, which has drawn interest from the Trump legal team due to mishaps with Dominion voting equipment, will be included in a sweeping post-election review process across the state of Michigan.

“The Michigan Bureau of Elections released preliminary plans for the most comprehensive post-election audits of any election in state history, including a statewide risk-limiting audit, a complete zero-margin risk-limiting audit in Antrim County, and procedural audits in more than 200 jurisdictions statewide, including absentee ballot counting boards,” Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson’s office said in a Wednesday statement.

Her office said that the statewide risk-limiting audit was “long-planned” and will involve workers hand-counting thousands of random ballots from across the state. The first steps for that audit are already underway, and Benson’s office expects it to be completed by mid-January.


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