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>> The recount in Wisconsin will go on, that's what a federal judge ordered, Friday, dismissing a request by a pro-Trump political action committee to put a stop to the effort. Wisconsin is one of three states where green party presidential candidate Jill Stein, formerly requested recounts. A federal judge will determine, Friday, if a recount can begin in Pennsylvania.
And in Michigan, a judge halted that recount in its third day, Stein has since asked for an appeal. President-elect Donald Trump narrowly won those states in the November 8th election, giving him the electoral college votes needed to win the presidency. Stein didn't get any electoral votes. Even if recounts are completed in all three states, it is still extremely unlikely to change the outcome of the election.