71 Polling Places Selected For Audit – Bysiewicz Announces Voting Board

71 Districts were selected today in a random drawing for the Presidential Primary post-election audits. Secretary of the State Susan Bysiewicz also announced the formation of a Voting Security and Accessibility Board. <read>
Secretary Bysiewicz with CTVotersCount member Melinda Valencia

Secretary Bysiewicz with
CTVotersCount member

Melinda Valencia

ten percent of the polling precincts used in the election are subject to an audit. All told, 702 polling precincts were used on February 5th – Super Tuesday – meaning that 71 precincts will have their election results audited…

As part of her commitment to enhance the security and accessibility of Connecticut’s elections, Secretary Bysiewicz also announced the formation of the Voting Security and Accessibility Board. The board will be composed of national and state leaders and will explore opportunities to enhance Connecticut election security and accessibility at all the polls. It will also enable the board to learn best practices from other states and perhaps share our practices with them.

We will provide more information on the Board as it becomes available.

In the meantime we have sorted the list of districts to be audited by municipality:

Looks like Branford, Bridgeport and New Britain got more than average while Hartford and Stamford were not selected at all this time.

Andover – Andover Town Hall
Ansonia – Ansonia Middle School Ward 4
Ansonia – Saint Anthonys Church Ward 1
Branford – Indian Neck School – 0
Branford – Indian Neck School – 1
Branford – St. Therese’s Church – Voting District 2
Bridgeport – Columbus School
Bridgeport – Dunbar School 139-2
Bridgeport – Luis Munoz Marin School 137-1
Bridgeport – Roosevelt School 131-2
Bridgeport – Wilbur Cross School 135-2
Bridgeport – Read Middle School 136-3
Bristol – Greene-Hills School Dist. 3
Bristol – Mountainview School Dist. 1
Burlington – Town Hall
Colchester – Colchester Town Hall
Durham – Korn School
East Hampton – East Hampton High School
East Hartford – Silver Lane School
East Hartford – Silver Lane School
East Haven – Momauguin School 2
Ellington – Crystal Lake School
Enfield – Enfield Street School – District II
Essex – Essex Town Hall 2
Fairfield – Fairfield Senior Center Dist. 1
Fairfield – North Stratfield School Dist. 7
Greenwich – Greenwich High School 7A
Killingly – Killingly Public Library 1 Dist 1
Lebanon – Fire Saftey Complex
Litchfield – Litchfield Fire House 4
Madison – District 2 (North)
Middletown – Bielefield School-Gym District 13
Middletown – Moody School Gym-District 4
Middletown – South District Firehouse-District 10
Milford – Island View Clinic Room Distrcit 2-3
Morris – Morris Community Hall
New Britain – First Church Of Christ District 10
New Britain – Gaffney School District 4
New Britain – Graham Apartments District 5-1
New Britain – New Britain Senior Center District 5
New Britain – Roosevelt Middle School District 3
New Britain – School Apartments District 5-2
New Britain – Vance School District 1
New Haven – Hall Of Records Ward 7
New Haven – Nathan Hale School Ward 18
New Haven – Wilbur Cross High School Ward 10
New Milford – Hill & Plain School
Newington – John Paterson School—District—6
Newtown – Dist.3
North Haven – Ridge Road Elementary School
North Stonington – New Town Hall
Norwalk – Brookside School – Voting District 142A
Norwich – Knights Of Columbus
Orange – High Plains Community Center
Plainfield – 2 Central Village Fire Station
Ridgefield – Yanity Gym
Scotland – Firehouse/Community Center
South Windsor – South Windsor High School-Lobby
Southington – Derynoski Elementary School
Stonington – Deans Mill School
Stratford – Bunnell High School 122
Torrington – Torringford School 2
Wallingford – Evarts G Stevens School
Waterbury – Gilmartin School
Waterbury – Kingsbury School
Watertown – Heminway Park School
West Hartford – Edward Morley School 3-2
West Hartford – Whiting Lane School 2-1
Wethersfield – Pitkin Community Center
Wethersfield – Silas Deane Middle School
Willington – The Town Office Building

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