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Postelection audit testing is postelection testing to review and reconcile election records to confirm correct conduct of an election or uncover evidence of problems with voting equipment or election processes. The audit includes verifying the accuracy of voting units and reconciling voting system records with information provided by the poll workers. This test can include all election equipment and results for one or more local jurisdictions, or the entire state, but it may focus on a sample of voting units and their outputs.

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