Wisconsin Presidential Recount In 4th day, With Few Changes

CORRECTS SPELLING OF TRUMP ATTORNEY'S FIRST NAME TO CHRIST INSTEAD OF CHRIS - Attorneys representing the presidential campaigns of Donald Trump and Joe Biden converse during a meeting with Dane County elections officials as a recount of ballots cast by voters in the county commences at the Monona Terrace convention center in Madison, Wis., Friday, Nov. 20, 2020. Speaking at center right is Diane Welsh, an attorney representing the Biden campaign, while at center left, Trump attorney Christ Troupis listens in. (John Hart/Wisconsin State Journal via AP)

(AP) — Wisconsin’s partial presidential recount entered its fourth day as President Donald Trump’s attorneys appeared to be focused on a legal challenge seeking to toss tens of thousands of ballots — including the one cast by an attorney for the campaign. The recount continued Monday with very few changes in vote totals. Democrat Joe Biden won the state by about 20,600 votes and his margin in Milwaukee and Dane counties was about 2-to-1. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports that discarding some absentee ballots as requested by Trump’s campaign would result in Trump’s Wisconsin attorney, Jim Troupis, having his ballot not count. Troupis voted early using the state’s in-person absentee option.

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