Wisconsin began counting Friday in Milwaukee and Dane counties, the state’s most populous counties with mostly liberal voters, after President-elect Joe Biden won the state by a small margin.
The recalculations were requested by the Trump 2020 campaign as the president’s team continues to face legal challenges in trying to overturn the election results across the country.
- Michigan Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey and House Speaker Lee Chatfield said they would be vigilant to make sure the trial was fair, but added that they saw no evidence likely to lead to Trump̵
- Talks in Milwaukee and Dane counties in Wisconsin began on Friday at the request of Trump’s campaign.
Meanwhile, two GOP lawmakers from Michigan met with the president at the White House on Friday to discuss the campaign’s legal dispute over the election process.
Michigan Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey and House Speaker Lee Chatfield said they would be vigilant to make sure the trial was fair, but added that they saw no evidence likely to lead to Trump’s victory in the state. where Biden leads with more than 150,000 votes.
The state is set to certify the results on Monday.
Trump’s campaign ended its case, challenging the results of the vote in Michigan after the Waynes County Canvassers unanimously endorsed the election results, which showed Biden beating Trump hours after two Republicans blocked the official approval of the vote.
The two Republicans, Monica Palmer and William Hartmann, later claimed in signed affidavits that they voted to validate the results only after “hours of constant pressure” and after receiving promises that their concerns about the election would be investigated.
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