The recount of ballots in two Wisconsin counties wrapped Sunday, but did not put a dent in President-elect Joe Biden’s 21,000 vote lead in the state.
Dane County completed its recount Saturday night and the Board of Canvassers certified the results on Sunday.
Biden lost 91 votes in the recount, and Trump’s vote total shrank by 46 votes, according to WISC-TV.
On Friday, Milwaukee County finished recounting its 450,000 votes and found Biden got an additional 132 votes.
Trump paid for the $3 million recount in the two counties as laid out in state law.
Wisconsin must certify its vote on Dec. 1, but Trump’s legal team said it will sue to stop that from happening.
With Post Wires