The Trump Campaign will seek a partial recount in Wisconsin, selecting two heavily Democratic countries to file a petition to recount votes, citing these locations had “the worst irregularities.”
A second county in Georgia has unearthed a trove of over 2,700 uncounted ballots on Tuesday that were not included in its previous results, as the state continues its hand recount mandated audit of over 5 million votes.
The Trump Campaign is mulling its final decision to request a recount in Wisconsin and has until Wednesday to submit and pay nearly $8 million to do so after a completed statewide canvass showed the president trailing Democrat opponent Joe Biden by only 0.62 percentage points.
More than 2,600 early voted ballots in Georgia have reportedly been uncovered during its recount process that weren’t originally included in the state’s original overall results.
Democrat candidate Joe Biden is considered the president-elect despite the fact that President Trump hasn’t conceded in the 2020 presidential election nor the General Services Administration has formally determined such victory for transition or officially “ascertained” the election results. Nonetheless, Biden is trucking forward, kicking off his transition team by first unveiling his task force for fighting the pandemic and laying out a slate of executive orders and other legislative pushes on the first day of his presidency.