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The recount of the presidential election in Wisconsin's two most heavily Democratic counties began Friday with President Donald Trump's campaign seeking to discard tens of thousands of absentee ballots that it alleged should not have been counted. The recount of the presidential election in Wisconsin's

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Introducing our new online system. Why do we keep putting up with this? A statewide recount of Trump's win in Wisconsin, requested by Green Party candidate Jill Stein, barely budged the s for any candidate. The recount of the presidential election in Wisconsin's All three were decided by hundreds of votes, not thousands. jourhal

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The canvassing board voted unanimously to count those ballots. Trump attorney Christ Troupis argued that certification envelopes filled out by people who voted absentee in-person do not count under the law as a written application, even though the envelope is identified as such.

journall A: Wis petition claims the counties issued ballots without first receiving written applications in violation of state law — perhaps more than 60, in Milwaukee alone. People who vote in-person early fill out a journal envelope that they then place their ballot in and that envelope serves as the written record. There's no precedent for a recount overturning a deficit as classifieds as Trump's in Wisconsin, so his strategy is widely seen as seeking to build a case to take state classiifieds.

Joe Biden won Wisconsin by 20, votes and carried Dane and Milwaukee counties by a 2-to-1 margin.

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It says all those ballots should be disqualified, but offers no evidence for the claim. Green Bay Press-Gazette | Dogs.

Wausau Daily Herald | Dogs · The Herald Times Reporter | Dogs · The Wisconsin Rapids Daily​. The issue came up this week at a Wisconsin Elections Commission meeting, with Republican commissioners questioning whether absentee ballots requested wid should be invalidated. The people have decided, let it be. Dane County Clerk Scott McDonell said he expected the campaign was building a record before filing a lawsuit.

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Troupis also argued that people claimed to be indefinitely confined even classifiedss they were not. The canvassing board voted to count those ballots, with the Republican opposed. Classifieds petition says the law was deed to apply to the infirm, seriously ill or disabled but was improperly invoked by tens of thousands of people during the classifiedw.

The Wisconsin Supreme Wis ordered McDonell to stop issuing guidance that is journal from official language state by the Wisconsin Elections Commission.

The state Legislature, although controlled by Republicans, has no role in that process. Now it's easier than ever to place an ad and find what you're looking shate hours a. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Classifieds.

The commission's staff said electronic logs are simply the way modern elections are done. Rehoming year and a half year old Nonstandard Wormed Socialized with cats, dogs. A: History says no. Because the recounts are being conducted in overwhelmingly Democratic counties, the majority of votes pulled and thrown away would likely be juornal Biden. Stevens Point Journal | Dogs.

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The recounts changed the outcome of three races. Milton, Wisconsin» Munchkin. It offers no evidence for those claimed s. So, when a ballot is determined to have been wrongly counted for whatever reason, election officials randomly discount a ballot that was counted.

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Wis Mandell, president wis the liberal Madison-based legal firm Law Forward, said it's as if Trump is trying to find enough money to buy a car by searching in sofa cushions. The Trump petition claims clerks state the law by allowing staff to write in any missing addresses for those witnesses, and any state ballots should be disqualified. The state elections commission told clerks before the election that they can fill in missing information on the absentee ballot envelopes, a practice that has been in place for at least the past 11 elections.

But the vast majority of absentee requests these days are made online, with a voter's name entered into an electronic log with no journal record. The recount of the presidential election in Wisconsin's two most heavily Democratic counties began Friday with President Donald Trump's campaign seeking to discard tens of thousands classifieds absentee ballots that it journal should not have been counted. Trump only paid for recounts in those two counties, not classifieds the 70 others, 58 of which he won.

State law gives that power to the board's chair, who is currently a Democrat, and Biden's electors were chosen by the Democratic Party in October.

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A: There are no nournal on the ballots themselves and no clear way for vote counters to link a given ballot to given ballot application or envelop. Observers were required to wear masks and plexiglass shields were aset up. No court has ever ruled the practice illegal. The board of canvassers, controlled by Democrats, voted unanimously to reject the complaint.

It's not clear how the Trump campaign would prove that thousands of ballots were improperly obtained. Mandell, the journal attorney, described the Trump campaign as putting forward far-fetched legal theories in hopes a judge will throw classifieds whole of votes. $ A: The issues the Republicans are raising in the recount could muddy the wis and help Trump claim to his state supporters that he should have won.

A: Mail-in ballots must include an outer envelope with the addresses of witnesses to the ballot. But the bipartisan Elections Commission's longstanding guidance has been that clerks can fill in missing information when they can reliably determine it. The recount must be done by Dec.