So far sounds good.
[He then addressed the difference between an audit and an investigation.
“If we choose to do audits, the audits will be public. However, investigations are private until completed to prevent harming people or compromising evidence,” he noted.
The former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice then outlined how he expects public officials to interact with information requests from the investigation:
In trying to determine if the election was conducted properly, it is the duty of the public officials who are paid to run the election to answer questions and demonstrate that their management of the election was proper. If they refuse to cooperate, we will compel them to answer questions.]
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