Hillary Clinton who recently lose the elections against Trump for the post of President of United States of America. There are some Group of election lawyers and data experts who have asked Clinton’s campaign to call for the recount of the total votes in three battleground states i:e Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania to ensure the proper information that no cyber attack was not committed to manipulating the totals in votes. And to get the accurate information from these states. This audit can also change or reverse the result of elections.
There is no such evidence regarding that the results were hacked or the electronic machines were compromised during the time of an election. Donald Trump who won the election against Hillary Clinton in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania by razor thin margin and has a lead by a small margin in Michigan as well.
The group which includes all the voting rights attorney John Bonifaz and J. Alex Halderman, who are also the director of the University of Michigan Center for Computer Security And Society believes that they have found some evidence that results these three battleground states may have been manipulated or been hacked during the time of election and that leads to Trump wins the election against Hillary. The group is so far not speaking up about their findings but they are focused and asked Hilary Clinton’s campaign to recount or audit the vote.
The only way to know whether cyber attack or hacking is done during the time of election to change the result is to closely examine the available physical evidence like paper ballots and voting equipment in those three states Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania said , J. Alex Halderman.
Recounting of votes which are costly process moreover very time-consuming as well. And it could only be initiated if Clinton pushes for one. However, Wisconsin independently announced that there will be recount or audit of the votes for Hillary but there no such acceptance news came from Hillary’s side. But a recount of votes could give some unhappy voters a bit hope of that the result can be changed.
Routine audits also help to identify or check the accuracy of the elections. In many states, audits involve hand-counting of the votes on paper ballots and comparing the results to the totals stored in the state’s electronic voting system. Such audits also do something to change the mistakes that can reverse the election result.