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Election equipment audit today

4:32 PM, Dec. 3, 2012  |  Comments
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The Village of North Fond du Lac is among several Fond du Lac County municipalities that will take part Tuesday in a random audit of voting systems.

In North Fond du Lac, ballots electronically scanned and counted at the presidential election Nov. 6, will be manually counted to verify results.

The audit will be conducted at the Village of North Fond du Lac Municipal Offices, 16 Garfield St.

The audit is open to the public and shall be conducted by certified poll workers and may continue into Wednesday, Dec. 5.

Village Administrator and Clerk Chuck Hornung said there are 2,441 ballots to count. Increments of 20 ballots will be counted by each of two poll workers. Workers will verify the number of ballots and the results of races for President, Wisconsin Senate and Assembly and for Fond du Lac County District Attorney.

"It's not hard - just time consuming," Hornung said.

Results will be forwarded to the Government Accountability Board.

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