Jill Stein Addresses Wisconsin Recount Volunteers

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The commission has denied her request to run the recount entirely by hand, prompting Stein to sue. On Tuesday, Stein or De La Fuente, or both, must pay in full, which will trigger a "recount order" to all candidates. "Any allegations to the contrary are fabrications". Nearly no one expects Stein's push for recounts in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania to result in a Clinton victory over Trump. Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein and independent candidate Roque "Rocky" De La Fuente raised the funds necessary to finance the recall. The campaign has until 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon to file the request.

Mr Trump defeated Mrs Clinton in Pennsylvania by about 71,000 votes, or about 1 percentage point.

Bailey-Rihn said Stein's lawsuit, backed by the campaign of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, fell short of Wisconsin's legal standard to ban use of ballot machines in a recount and failed to show enough evidence of fraud or other issues, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel said. According to CBS News, the state is prepared to begin recounting ballots on Friday or Saturday, and to wrap up the recount by December 10. The decision, if unchallenged, gives the state's 16 electoral college votes to Trump. But Stein says the recount will ensure the integrity of the election.

Stein filed a lawsuit Monday to force a recount in Pennsylvania and said she plans to request one in MI on Wednesday.

The Wisconsin Elections Commission will post an updated recount tally every night on its website.

"This is a scam by the Green Party for an election that has already been conceded, and the results of this election should be respected instead of being challenged and abused, which is exactly what Jill Stein is doing".

The presidential vote recount begins Thursday morning at 9. In New Hampshire, the AP's vote totals were reported directly to the news agency by town clerks and were verified by AP in most towns before the count was completed.

Green Party nominee Jill Stein has officially filed a request for a presidential recount in MI.

The Michigan Republican Party, speaking on behalf of President-elect Trump's team, said Tuesday that it sees a potential recount there as a waste of time and state resources.

Under laws passed in MI in 2014, recounts are costly for the people requesting them.

The majority of Wisconsin counties planned to do a hand recount of ballots cast even though the judge's ruling means they can choose to feed the ballots into tabulation machines to double check the counts.

"Y0u'd have to ask them", she said.

Wisconsin election officials are set to hold their last meeting with county clerks before launching a presidential recount.

Monday's certification started a 48-hour clock for any recount request.

Brewer says there's no proof, but there are reasons to wonder if the state's electronic ballot counting system is flawed and susceptible to hacking.