Politics

First part of Texas’ 2020 election audit reveals few issues, echoes findings from review processes already in place

An initial review of four counties’ election results — launched after pressure from former President Donald Trump and touted by GOP leaders — showed few discrepancies between electronic and hand counts of ballots in a sample of voting precincts.

Montinique Monroe for The Texas Tribune
Voters cast their ballots at Audelia Road Branch Library in Dallas on the first day of early voting on Oct. 13, 2020.

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