State Recount Laws-- Searchable database

2016 Presidential Recount--Waukesha County, Wisconsin


December 21, 2016.  As the CIA digs deep to investigate foreign influence on our election, we should recognize that we don’t need cybersecurity experts to tell us if our votes have been accurately counted. Citizen observers can do the job, if we fix the way we vote and the way we verify those votes.

Audit Database

State Audit Laws Searchable Database

Citizens for Election Integrity Minnesota (CEIMN) has created a comprehensive State Audit Laws Searchable Database.  This tool describes and catalogs state audit laws. The search fields, updated in 2012, are largely based on the Principles and Best Practices for Post-Election Audits.

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Recount Database

State Recount Laws Searchable Database

CEIMN's updated database catalogs and summarizes recount laws for all 50 states and the District of Columbia, allowing users to easily access and compare over 60 features of these diverse and often complex laws.  The database premiered on October 21, 2010 and is frequently updated.

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