From Ozaukee County Board Supervisor Gus Wirth:
Ozaukee County completed its election recount of the November 8, 2016 General Election for the President of the United States on December 5, 2016 at 6:15p.m.Jill Stein didn't pick up any votes.
Of the 55,207 ballots cast, the following reflects the changes in votes for ballot candidates and registered write-in candidates found at the recount:
Donald J. Trump/Michael R. Pence increase of 5 votes*
Hillary Clinton/Tim Kaine increase of 2 votes
Gary Johnson/Bill Weld increase of 1 vote
Evan McMullin/Nathan Johnson increase of 16 votes
Michael A. Maturen/Juan Munoz increase of 1 vote
All other candidates and registered write-in candidates showed no change.
*In addition, there was an increase of 29 votes in the Village of Newburg, Ward 3 due to a discrepancy in the original canvass results for Trump/Pence numbers.
I would like to express my sincere gratitude to the Board of Canvas members, municipal clerks and election inspectors who assisted with the recount. Your professionalism and dedication certainly contributed to a successful and efficient recount.
The final results: Of 55,207 ballots cast, Trump gained 3 votes over Hillary Clinton.
*In addition, there was an increase of 29 votes in the Village of Newburg, Ward 3 due to a discrepancy in the original canvass results for Trump/Pence numbers.What a waste of time and money!
If anything, this recount is showing how accurate the election results actually are.