The results showed a net gain of 132 votes for Biden, with President Donald Trump receiving 134,482 votes and Biden receiving 317,527 after the count, the Milwaukee County Governing Council said Friday night.
But more than 27,000 ballots that are part of the census were split after two objections from Trump’s campaign.
The campaign objected to more than 25,000 absent ballots submitted by individuals who identified themselves as “unlimited”, allowing them to vote in absentia due to fears of a pandemic.
The campaign also objected to 2,197 ballots that were “cured”, a legally permitted campaign in which an election official filled in missing information in a ballot envelope, often identified because the official did so with different ink from the voter.
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The other county that is part of the state census, Dane, is expected to complete its census in the next few days. The state must certify its results by Tuesday.
CNN predicts that Biden will win Wisconsin, turning the state back blue after Trump won it in 2016.