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Monday, June 18, 2018

U.S. Appeals Court Refuses To Stop Michigan Recount

The ruling by the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, which upheld a decision by a lower court judge, came one day after Stein sued in federal court in Pennsylvania to try to force a statewide recount of U.S. presidential votes there.

December 6, 2016
Jill Stein vows court fight for Pennsylvania recount

Stein Vows To Pursue Pennsylvania Recount In Court

Stein’s Green Party campaign said it will file for emergency relief in the Pennsylvania effort in federal court on Monday, “demanding a statewide recount on constitutional grounds.”

December 4, 2016
Michigan AG tries to block recounts

Trump Supporters Try To Block Recounts

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette, a Republican, filed a lawsuit on Friday to halt the requested recount in his state, where Trump won with a margin of roughly 10,700 votes over Clinton.

December 3, 2016
Concerns about voter fraud are unfounded. Look at ACORN.

Why Is Trump Fighting So Hard To Stop The Recount In Michigan?

In Michigan, a mere 0.22 percent separates the candidates, and thousands of ballot machines recorded no presidential pick.

December 2, 2016
is a recount justified?

Is A Recount Justified In This Election?

A recount three weeks after the fact cannot avoid the appearance of dirty tricks. Indeed, if the results in any of the states in question were overturned at this late date, Donald Trump’s supporters would suspect malfeasance — and be justified in doing so.

December 1, 2016
Jill stein recount

Judge Lets Wisconsin Officials Decide How To Perform Vote Recount

Local officials in Wisconsin will decide for themselves how to carry out a presidential election recount after a state judge on Tuesday rejected a lawsuit by former Green Party candidate Jill Stein to have the ballots counted by hand.

November 30, 2016
voter fraud

Recount Effort To Explore Whether Russia Hacked The Vote For Trump

The recount in Wisconsin is primarily focused on Russian hacking, not on the more easily understood line of inquiry of different voting technologies reporting different margins of victory for Trump despite their location.

November 27, 2016
Green Party files recount in Wisconsin

Green Party Officially Files For Recount In Wisconsin

Wisconsin’s election commission said it had received petitions for a recount of votes in the presidential election from the Green Party campaign and was planning to start the process.

November 25, 2016
This election decides who and what we are

Recount Or Bust: It’s The Only Way To Verify The Election

An interview with John Bonifaz, a longtime voting rights attorney and founder of the National Voting Rights Institute, who is leading the recount campaign for the Green Party.

November 25, 2016
Jill Stein raises money for election recount to test the integrity of voter systems

U.S. Recount Effort Aimed At Testing Election Integrity

While Stein’s effort this week may have spurred hope among disappointed supporters of Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, the chances of such recounts – if they take place – overturning the overall result from the election are extremely slim.

November 25, 2016
Jill Stein raises money for a recount

Green Party Raises $2.5 million For Presidential Recount In Wisconsin

Jill Stein reached her goal in less than one day to raise $2.5 million to request a recount in Wisconsin, one of three states where she plans to seek an audit of U.S. presidential election results.

November 24, 2016

Pressure Builds For Recount In Key Swing States

Election night’s unofficial returns found Trump ahead of Clinton by 27,000 votes in Wisconsin. In Michigan, she is behind by 11,000 votes, and in Pennsylvania by 68,000 votes.

November 24, 2016
Election offices prepare polling stations for Election Day

Behind The Scenes Of The Bipartisan, Politically Neutral Election Offices

An inside look at a bipartisan election office in Kansas City. Here the talk is politically neutral with the goal of safeguarding the vote. It might seem counterintuitive, but the staff’s biggest concern isn’t necessarily who wins and who loses.

November 4, 2016

North Carolina Campaigns Prepare For Potential Recount

Could the Tar Heel State Senate race go to overtime?

October 31, 2014