Monday, December 5, 2016

Wisconsin Recount: More Than 1 Million Ballots Counted

One million down and about two million to go in the Wisconsin recount.

The margin between Trump and Clinton is unchanged in the six counties completed.


From Wisconsin Elections Commission:

Wisconsin Presidential Recount - Day 4
These are the explanations provided by the clerks for difference in numbers between canvass and the recount:

Dane County: 12 Absentee ballots were left in their certificate envelopes, unopened, on Election Night, for City of Monona Wards 6-10. Ballots were oepend and canvased by the board during the recount.

Fond Du Lac County: 13 absentee envolopes were missing from Election Night and 1 absentee ballot counted on Election Night was rejected during recount canvassing of Town of Fond Du Lac Wards 1-8. A draw-down was done resulting in a loss of 7 votes for Trump/Pence and a loss of 7 votes for Clinton/Kaine.

Grant County:
Village of Woodman and Village of Livingston removed from Day 4 results pending verification of recount numbers by Grant County Board of Canvas.

Racine County: Increase of 13 votes for Clinton/Kaine, votes were not counted on Election Night due to non-standard pens used to mark ballots.

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