30 November, 2016
On Friday, Wisconsin officials said they were moving forward with the first presidential recount in state history.
That's more than triple what the commission originally estimated and would be half of the $7 million fundraising goal Stein said was needed for recounts in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and MI.
In Philadelphia, 40 affidavits were submitted as of 3:30 p.m., according to an employee for a city commissioner. The Department of State said many counties already certified their election results previously, which closes the recount window. The commission will certify the recount results the following day.
Results would need to be overturned in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania to alter the outcome of the November presidential election - something analysts say is highly unlikely.
"There is no evidence of illegal voters", Stein said in response.
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Because of the numbers (below) if Stein fails to file in all three states for a recount, there is no way for Clinton to win. Trump's transition team did not return requests for comment Sunday afternoon.
There is no evidence to support Trump's claim that millions of undocumented immigrants skewed the popular vote for Clinton.
At Monday's meeting, Thomsen called Trump's comments "unfortunate" and "insulting". Trump said on Twitter.
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As he has in post-election interviews, Trump said he would have campaigned differently if the popular determined the presidential victor. Runyan says officials are looking at possibly housing the recount effort, if it happens, at the new EMS facility near the county airport.
Many voters are siding with the candidates they voted for. She filed her petition for a Wisconsin recount on Friday, just an hour before the deadline and likely to pursue the same in Pennsylvania and MI, for which the deadlines are Monday and Wednesday respectively.