Minnesota: “Audit Finds Little Voter Fraud, But Recommends Improvements”


Minnesota should develop a report that helps county election officials identify people who aren’t eligible to vote, the legislative auditor’s office recommended Friday.

The auditor’s office examined the state’s election system and voter registration practices for months, interviewing county election officials and county attorneys who prosecute allegations of voter fraud.

The audit did not find widespread problems with the system. County attorneys reported 69 investigations of ineligible voting in the past two years, with most not resulting in convictions.


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