Georgia launches election audit with roll of dice


              Gabriel Sterling, chief operating officer for the Georgia Secretary of State, answers journalists' questions during the kick-off of the state-wide risk limiting audit of the 2022 general election Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2022, at the Georgia Capitol in Atlanta. (AP Photo/Ben Gray)
            
              Gabriel Sterling, chief operating officer for the Georgia Secretary of State, answers journalists' questions during the kick-off of the state-wide risk limiting audit of the 2022 general election Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2022, at the Georgia Capitol in Atlanta. (AP Photo/Ben Gray)
            
              Gabriel Sterling, chief operating officer for the Georgia Secretary of State, rolls a 10-sided die as part of process to randomly determine which batches of ballots to audit for a state-wide risk limiting audit of the 2022 general election during a press conference Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2022, at the Georgia Capitol in Atlanta. (AP Photo/Ben Gray)
            
              A row of 10-sided dice sit on the table after being used as part of process to randomly determine which batches of ballots to audit for a state-wide risk limiting audit of the 2022 general election during a press conference Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2022, at the Georgia Capitol in Atlanta. (AP Photo/Ben Gray)
            
              Leigh Combs, elections services manager in the Georgia Secretary of State's office, rolls a 10-sided die as part of process to randomly determine which batches of ballots to audit for a state-wide risk limiting audit of the 2022 general election during a press conference Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2022, at the Georgia Capitol in Atlanta. (AP Photo/Ben Gray)
Georgia launches election audit with roll of dice