On January 11th, a risk-limiting election audit for the 2020 election was conducted in the State of Michigan to confirm the integrity of the 2020 election in Michigan. The beginning of the audit involved 20 10-sided dice to create a 20 digit seed to enter into an algorithm which would select which 18,000 ballots to look at as described in the linked video. The Office of the Michigan Secretary of State said on her page that the results of the audit would be published on the MDOS social media two weeks after random number generation as state below:
Following the random number generation, clerks will have two weeks to draw the corresponding ballots and review them. Once the process has been completed in each county MDOS will announce the results of the comparison between the randomly selected hand-reviewed ballots and the statewide machine-tabulated totals.
After looking on the MDOS Twitter Page and Facebook page, I found one document as a link to a news release that stated that some audits were in progress, but not completed. It is this partial completion that prompted me to ask:
Has the Michigan risk-limiting audit completed for the 2020 election?