Skip to main content

1% Manual Tally, Risk Limiting Audit and Post-Election Logic and Accuracy

The risk-limiting audit is a procedure that provides strong statistical evidence that the election outcome is correct, or has a high probability of correcting an outcome that wouldn't match a full hand count of the ballots. The audit itself requires human beings to examine and verify more ballots in close contests and fewer ballots in contests with wider margins.



Risk Limiting Audit and 1% Manual Tally Progress
We will be posting the results and progress of the risk limiting audit process and the 1% Manual Tally.
View risk limiting audit and 1% tally progress ►

View Live Streaming Video of Risk Limiting Audit and 1% Manual Tally
We will be broadcasting the risk limiting audit and 1% tally progress.
View Live Streaming Video ►

Risk Limiting Audit and 1% Manual Tally Files for Download
We will be making files used to conduct the risk limiting audit and the 1% manual tally available for download.
View files available for download ►

View the Random Seed
The random seed is generated by rolling dice, and is used to determine the random sequence of ballots that will be audited. 
View the Random Seed ►

View the Random Seed recording  ►

Risk Limiting Audit and 1% Manual Tally Results

View the final results of the 1% manual tally

Previous Risk Limiting Audits