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Milwaukee elections staff to make changes after 386 ballots uncounted, 65 lost

Milwaukee elections leaders will make changes for future elections to prevent hundreds of ballots from going uncounted.

The city found 386 absentee ballots during the Milwaukee County recount, unopened, at the bottom of a box.

Another 65 ballots from election day have gone missing.

The recount was delayed an extra day for Milwaukee to find those those 65 missing ballots.

Elections staff thought they found them in one of the voting machines at the city’s warehouse, but found training ballots instead.

The 65 have likely ended up in a landfill.


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