About The Audit Law Database
The Verified Voting State Audit Law Database is a resource that describes state laws, regulations, and procedures for post-election audits. This database was originally created and maintained by Citizens for Election Integrity Minnesota. The database includes:
- Audit Laws for all 50 States, DC, and the U.S. Virgin Islands
- Searchable Database
For a visual overview of audit laws across the United States, see the Verifier.
Audit Law Database
Select a state to learn more about its audit laws:
Search in the fields below or select a state from the dropdown menu above for details about specific states.
- Minimal transparency: outside observers not permitted and/or no statutory guidance on transparency
- Limited transparency: designated observers only; results may or may not be reported publicly
- Partial transparency: public observation; results not required to be made public
- Enhanced transparency: public observation and public reporting
- High transparency: public observation; public reporting; observers can verify marks on ballots