Home POLITICS Biden expands lead in Wisconsin by 87 votes after Trump spent $3...

Biden expands lead in Wisconsin by 87 votes after Trump spent $3 million for recount

82,254FansLike
2,966FollowersFollow
2,280SubscribersSubscribe
82,254FansLike
2,966FollowersFollow
2,280SubscribersSubscribe

U.S. President-elect Joe Biden on Sunday expanded his lead in Wisconsin after Donald Trump spent $3 million for a recount in two of the largest counties in the state.

Milwaukee completed its recount on Friday and Dane county completed its recount on Sunday.

In the end, Biden expanded his lead by 87 votes to beat President Donald Trump by more than 20,000 votes.

[read_more id="2" more="Read full article" less="Read less"]

More than 800,000 votes that had been cast in the two counties were recounted and Biden won again, expanding his lead.

Trump was required to pay for the recounts under Wisconsin law. He did and lost again.

President Trump has failed to overturn the election results in several states, including in Arizona, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin.

Arizona will finalize its results on Monday. It is the fifth of the six states where President Trump has attempted to upend the vote certification process.

[/read_more]

Simon Ateba
Simon Ateba
Based in Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America, Simon leads a brilliant team of reporters, freelance journalists, analysts, researchers and contributors from around the world to run TODAY NEWS AFRICA as editor-in-chief. Simon Ateba's journalistic experience spans over 10 years and covers many beats, including business and investment, information technology, politics, diplomacy, human rights, science reporting and much more. Write him: simonateba@todaynewsafrica.com

Drop a comment

Trending Now

“I first learned about the horrors of the Holocaust listening to my father at the dinner table”: read Biden’s message on International Holocaust Remembrance Day

Today, we join together with people from nations around the world to commemorate International Holocaust Remembrance Day by remembering the 6 million Jews, as well as the Roma and Sinti, Slavs, disabled persons, LGBTQ+ individuals, and many others, who were murdered by the Nazis and their collaborators during the Shoah. We must never forget the truth of what happened across Europe or brush aside the...

Stay connected

[/read_more]

[read_more id="2" more="Read full article" less="Read less"]

error: Alert: Content is protected !!
Share
Tweet
WhatsApp
Print
Share