Biden received the county by 181,340 votes and is now poised to be licensed the winner within the state. Both candidates noticed a lower from their election night time vote totals, with Biden shedding 91 votes, and Trump shedding 46 votes within the recount, the Dane County Board of Canvassers introduced Sunday. The drawdowns have been principally resulting from an absence of signatures on ballots, both from the voter or a witness.
Dane County noticed no main points throughout the recount, and there are not any excellent points to handle, based on County Clerk Scott McDonell, who can also be a member of the Board of Canvassers.
While asserting the outcomes, McDonell stated it was clear from the recount that there was no voter fraud, and questioned why the marketing campaign solely requested for a recount in two of Wisconsin’s counties in the event that they believed the difficulty was widespread within the state.
The Wisconsin Elections Commission will certify the state’s election outcomes on Tuesday.