Audit of elections continues after 2 months

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ST. THOMAS - A federal audit of the V.I. Elections System that was delayed because of the absence of outgoing V.I. Elections Supervisor John Abramson Jr. still is ongoing after almost two months.

Curtis Crider, the inspector general for the U.S. Election Assistance Commission, said Tuesday his office does not give out any information on the status of its audits.

"All we can say is the audit is ongoing," Crider said.

St. Thomas-St. John Deputy Supervisor Mabel Maduro also offered no details beyond confirming that the

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