Interesting story from Breeze
California Institute of Technology (Caltech) has released its report, Assuring Election Integrity: A Comprehensive Ecological Framework for Evaluating Elections in Southern California, which followed a yearlong effort to develop and implement a wide variety of tools to study the integrity of elections in Orange County.
The report’s findings concluded, “Across our major analytical studies, we produce evidence that the administration and conduct of the 2018 primary and general elections in Orange County had a high degree of integrity. Orange County is a very large election jurisdiction, with complex and evolving procedures. That our analytical tools found so few areas of concern lends strong confidence in the conclusion that the county’s election administration was without compromise.”
Quote by Registrar of Voters Neal Kelley:
“I welcomed this independent review of our operations by Caltech,” said Neal Kelley, Registrar of Voters. “The review and analysis were extensive – with the constant scrutiny of elections, their impartial conclusions help to cut through false and misleading statements about elections in general.”
The project collected information about Orange County’s voting system and elections in several ways:
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