The Wisconsin elections Commission agreed on Monday to move forward with requests to tell residents to vote for the 2016 presidential elections and said the process starts as soon as the campaign for the Green candidate Jill Stein or the other applicant “payment in full” on Tuesday.
Elections Supervisor Ross Hein Fuente the schedule to the recount requests Friday from stone and an Independent party candidate Rocky De La.
Stone argued that the recount — joined over the weekend by the Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton, to ensure that Russia or someone else does not have the country’s election system has been tampered with.
But stone is also addiction, told in Michigan and Pennsylvania.
It has raised $6.2 million toward its goal of $7 million and made its official request, in Wisconsin on Friday
Wisconsin officials of the Commission said FoxNews.com on Monday, employees are planned to provide a solid cost estimate by about 3 o’clock, Monday, and stone and/or La Fuente will have to pay extra money, if the staff underestimated the cost.
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Republican presidential Donald Trump won in Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, and holds a slim lead in Michigan, in his Nov. 8 upset victory.
Wisconsin, the unofficial election results show Trump with 1.4 million votes, compared to 1.38 million for Clinton.
Trump over the weekend, the effort called “ridiculous” and a stone fundraising “Scam.”
Hillary for America lawyer Marc Elias said Saturday that the decision to join the recount came after numerous meetings with experts, and a wave of requests”, urging us to do something, to examine something, claiming that the results of the election were hacked and changed to disadvantage in a way that Secretary of state Clinton.”
Under Federal law, the recount must be done by Dec. 13.
Home said that on Wednesday, when the money is received, all 72 county clerks to start the review of recount procedures, with the physical process from Thursday onwards.
“It’s the payment, is missing, it will not” – said the recount Commission Chairman Mark Thomsen on Monday.
Wisconsin law requires that the state perform a recount in the case of a candidate request, as long as he or she can pay for it. The state has never told a President. Election officials estimate the efforts, cost up to $1 million.
While there is no evidence of election-tampering in the States, the Green-speaker George Martin insisted, “the American public must be examined to ensure that our votes count.”
Thomsen also said he had not expected to find, of the more than 300 questionable ballot papers.
“If nothing else, this will help us to audit,” he said. “We do not expect illegal people. We are not counting dead people’s votes.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.