Town of Woodruff

Election audit results

Audit of the electronic voting equipment


The Town of Woodruff was one of more than 360 municipalities in Wisconsin randomly selected by the Wisconsin Elections Commission to conduct an audit of its electronic tabulating equipment.

On Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2022, four auditors conducted an audit on the town’s Dominion ImageCast Evolution tabulator by hand tallying and cross checking the 1,167 ballots cast at the Nov. 8 General Election at the Woodruff polling place.

The audit results verified that there were no discrepancies and every ballot and vote was recorded by the machine accurately.

The State of Wisconsin is reimbursing the town the cost to conduct the audit ($458.45).

Wisconsin State Statute § 7.08(6) is the state embodiment of § 301(a)(5) of the Help America Vote Act of 2002 (HAVA) (52 USC §21081) and requires the commission to audit voting systems following all general elections.