People vote on machines at the Linwood Recreation Center. A mathematician at Wichita State University who wanted to check the accuracy of some Kansas voting machines after finding odd patterns in election returns said she is finding out how difficult it can be to get government officials to turn over public documents.
People vote on machines at the Linwood Recreation Center. A mathematician at Wichita State University who wanted to check the accuracy of some Kansas voting machines after finding odd patterns in election returns said she is finding out how difficult it can be to get government officials to turn over public documents. Wichita Eagle File photo
People vote on machines at the Linwood Recreation Center. A mathematician at Wichita State University who wanted to check the accuracy of some Kansas voting machines after finding odd patterns in election returns said she is finding out how difficult it can be to get government officials to turn over public documents. Wichita Eagle File photo

WSU mathematician seeking to audit election results isn’t optimistic

August 21, 2015 12:37 PM