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Post-Election Audit

The Seventh Circuit ruled against election monitors in Illinois who claim their voting rights were violated by post-election audit fraud, finding that state law “expressly precludes” the findings of such an audit from changing the election results.

CHICAGO – The Seventh Circuit ruled against election monitors in Illinois who claim a post-election audit fraud violated their voting rights, finding that state law “expressly precludes” the findings of such an audit from changing the election results.

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