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Vermont secretary of state to audit election results of 6 towns

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MONTPELIER, Vermont — The Vermont secretary of state's office is going to be auditing the election results from six towns.

On Thursday, the election's division will conduct the audit at City Hall in Montpelier.

Results of all races from the towns of East Montpelier, Fayston, Manchester, Saint Johnsbury, Westminster, and Wolcott will be audited using new scanning technology. The audit will re-tabulate the ballots to produce an independent count from each town that will be compared to the results reported on Election Day.

Secretary of State Jim Condos says ensuring the election process is honest and accurate is as important as the voting itself.

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