Biden gets momentum from Wisconsin recount that cost Trump $ 3 million


President-elect Joe Biden garnered 132 votes after the Milwaukee County election recount, between two locations in Wisconsin where President Trump spent $ 3 million on the recount.

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In Dane County, another democratic citadel, the number of votes will still be expected by the weekend, but Trump has so far won 68 votes over Biden.

Trump is preparing for another legal battle, this time throwing tens of thousands of ballots in the state that Biden won with nearly 20,600 votes and a 2: 1 margin for Democrats in Milwaukee and Dane counties.

The aggregation of Milwaukee County votes increased for both candidates after election officials found hundreds of countless ballots earlier this week. Claire Woodall-Vogg, chief election officer of the city of Milwaukee, described it as a “human error”.

“I promised it would be a transparent and fair process, and it was,” said Milwaukee County Clerk George Christenson.

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The deadline for verifying votes is Tuesday, which will be conducted by the Democratic chairman of the bipartisan Wisconsin Electoral Commission, Tuesday, but the Conservative group, the Wisconsin Voters Alliance, has filed a lawsuit against election officials in an attempt to thwart the process.

Meanwhile, Trump’s attorneys marked absences in which voters considered themselves “indefinitely closed,” allowing them to put down a missing ballot without presenting a photo ID; ballot papers with two different ink-colored envelopes, indicating that the polling staff may have helped you fill it out, and missing ballot papers that do not have a separate written record for the application, such as votes for personal absences.

Electoral officials counted these ballots during the recount, but marked them as exhibits at the request of the Trump campaign.

Trump’s campaign problems have failed elsewhere in the courts, with experts broadly agreeing that there is no evidence that the GOP has allegedly committed widespread voter fraud. Legal efforts to date have failed in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada and Pennsylvania.

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The Associated Press contributed to the report.