County Recount Stays on Track

Kenosha County Clerk Mary Schuch-Krebs expects the presidential recount to end here before the deadline next week, as more than 35,000 ballots must still be counted. Schuch-Krebs said there have been a handful of miscounted ballots, mostly from people who wrote in candidates. In the end, she predicts President-elect Donald Trump will remain the clear winner of Kenosha County. More than 77,000 ballots cast will be counted. Trump campaign monitor Larry Cirignano said he believes the recount in Kenosha is going well. He said Schuch-Krebs has done an “excellent job.” Statewide, the Wisconsin Elections Commission said Monday that no significant issues had been reported and that all counties were on track to meet the Dec. 12 deadline.


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