Wisconsin Vote Recount May Cause Electoral College Chaos


As a presidential election recount in three key states now appears likely to happen, the electoral college votes from at least one of those states and possibly all three could be in jeopardy — creating a situation that hasn’t been seen in 192 years and which could throw the election of the 45th president into the House of Representatives.

Green Party Presidential Candidate Jill Stein — who is spearheading the election recount campaign — met the Friday deadline for filing a recount request in Wisconsin, and the state’s election board said that Wisconsin “is preparing to move forward with a statewide recount of votes.”

Green Party’s Jill Stein files recount request in Wisconsin
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But there is a second deadline, and if state fails to meet it, Wisconsin could lose all 10 of its electoral votes, which werre set to go to Republican Donald Trump. The deadline for certifying those votes would be December 13, and according to a report on Friday in the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel newspaper, that could be a big problem.

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