“I will want to see (the write-in votes) before I officially concede the election to you.” That was the message I received on Facebook on November 9th, a day after the election.
I initiated the posting of the write-in votes after being elected Auditor. The law does not require that write-ins be posted; however, in the interest of transparency and accountability, they have been posted for each applicable election from 2010 through 2016.
The write-ins for the 2016 election consume 582 pages. The absentee precinct votes are searchable so plug in you name to see if you received any votes. The election day precinct-by-precinct votes were hand written by the precinct election officials and are not searchable.
Who voted for you? No one knows except for you. Enjoy! -Joel D. Miller – Linn County Auditor