An independent and nonpartisan audit of the 2020 Wisconsin general election made dozens of recommendations for improving the voting process but did not find evidence of widespread fraud.
The report released by the Legislative Audit Bureau Friday did not find that President Joe Biden’s victory was obtained through any fraudulent measures, though it critiqued some of the state’s elections procedures and requested the Election Commission to review and implement the audit’s suggestions, including a recommendation to clarify polling places, by the end of March 2022.
“With 30 recommendations, many of which are urgent and significant, for the [Wisconsin Elections Commission] staff and another 18 items for Legislative consideration, we have work to do,” said Republican state Sen. Robert Cowles. “However, despite concerns with statewide elections procedures, this audit showed us that the election was largely safe and secure.”
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