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How Wisconsin delivers accurate election results
Before they can request an absentee ballot, eligible voters must first register to vote. Their information and eligibility is double-checked before they receive a ballot.
A powerful statewide database tracks every ballot and voter registration to help local clerks verify voter eligibility and ensure there’s just one ballot per registered voter.
For an absentee by mail ballot to be considered valid, absentee voters must have a witness—an adult U.S. citizen who can confirm the voter filled out their own ballot.
Absentee ballots are carefully collected and securely stored until Election Day. There’s a transparent chain of custody for every ballot and voting machine that Wisconsin uses.
Valid absentee ballots are always counted on Election Day, no matter if the race is tight or looks like a landslide.
Most absentee ballots are counted on local voting machines that have been certified and then tested in public before every election, ensuring the equipment is accurate and in good working order. In hand-count jurisdictions, the entire process of opening and counting ballots is conducted by a team of people in a setting that must be open to public observation.
Wisconsin requires a paper record of every vote that’s cast in our state, no matter what kind of ballot or voting equipment is used.
From voting machine testing to the counting of absentee ballots, members of the public are welcome to observe the election process alongside trained local election officials.
An election’s vote total isn’t official until it has been checked at the municipal level, double-checked by the county, and certified by the state.
Local election officials conduct two separate audits after Wisconsin elections to look for count inaccuracies and identify cases of vote ineligibility or fraud.
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