New Jersey RLA Case Study
By Jennifer MorrellBack to Training & Resources
In November 2018, state and local officials in New Jersey took part in the Garden State’s first-ever pilot risk limiting audit (RLA) of voting equipment. A risk-limiting audit is nationally recognized as a reliable method to validate the integrity of the voting equipment and verify the accuracy of election results with a high degree of certainty. This innovative audit has a specified chance of confirming a correct outcome—or alternately, of correcting an incorrect outcome, if original results were wrong.