After Celebrating The Thanksgiving Day – Recount Of Votes In The State Of Wisconsin.

President – elect Donald Trump being infuriated by the news for a recount in the three states responsible for his electoral victory. Hillary Clinton claims for recount of votes and Donald trump has attacked her for her campaigns support for this action.

Stephanie Ovadia - Votes recount in Wisconsin

The presidential campaign of Hilary Clinton was in doubt that whether there was any outside interference in the results of elections, which made them eager to participate in the election recount in Wisconsin initiated by Green Party.

President-elect Donald Trump, who defeated Hillary Clinton, claimed that he would win the popular vote too than the Electoral College in that has he would have to campaign in 3 or 4 states instead of 15 states. It is actually notable from his statement putting light on widespread voter fraud in Virginia, New Hampshire and California. There is no proof that there were a significant number of people, about millions, who illegally voted on Nov 8, the Election Day.

After spending thanksgiving in Florida, Trump was due back in New York on Sunday. He did not emphasize on what he meant by illegal voters. It was the voter identity fraud that he and surrogates complained which usually lean Democratic, without presenting evidence. Apart from changing the outcome in any of the states, it is important to ensure the campaign is represented legally in any court proceedings and on the ground in order to monitor the recount process itself.

Former Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is also in support of the request to recount but also said that he doesn’t think Hillary Clinton will bring nay transformation to the election.

Wisconsin’s recount and an examination by hand of the nearly 3m ballots tabulated in the state, will probably be starting next week and completed by 13 December.

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Stephanie Ovadia is a practicing attorney, radio personality and mother of eight children. Stephanie's areas of practice include entertainment law and personal injury. She received her B.A. in political science from SUNY Binghamton and her J.D. from Southwestern University School of Law.

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