Wisconsin recount Day 5 results show that Donald Trump has again extended his lead over Hillary Clinton as updated, latest recount totals come in.
Updated Wisconsin recount totals and results for day 4 and day 3 show that Donald Trump has increased his lead in the state slightly over Hillary Clinton.
Updated Wisconsin Recount Results and totals for day 2 show both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton gained net votes, but not enough to matter. Trump has inched ahead by a few more votes overall.
The Day 1 Wisconsin recount update showed Donald Trump lost 2 votes and Hillary Clinton lost one. The person who gained most: Jill Stein.
Wisconsin recount results are trickling in and, on day one, Donald Trump gained a few votes against Hillary Clinton. See results, live videos, updates, photos.
Election recount 2016 costs are estimated in the millions, and the Green Party’s Jill Stein received $6 million in donations. Where will the recount money go?
Penn State and Wisconsin will meet in the Big Ten Championship. Here’s everything you need to know about the crucial game.
A Wisconsin recount will occur into 2016 presidential election results that showed a Donald Trump victory over Hillary Clinton after the Green Party’s Jill Stein filed for one after crowdfunding millions.
Jill Stein has raised more than $5.4 million to seek recounts in Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania, states that Hillary Clinton lost to Donald Trump.
Some data experts allege the 2016 election results in Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania could have been hacked or rigged. They want Hillary Clinton to seek recounts.
Did voter ID and voter suppression controversies help Donald Trump in key states like Wisconsin, Ohio and North Carolina?
Presidential election results show the margin in the three blue states that gave Donald Trump the election was so small that 112,000 voters gave us President Trump.
Wisconsin was a gamechanger. The state went for Donald Trump when it hadn’t gone Republican since 1984. Why did Trump win Wisconsin?
Who’s on the ballot in Wisconsin on November 8? In addition to president, voters will choose a U.S. Senator
Hillary Clinton has a comfortable lead in Wisconsin in the latest 2016 presidential polls in that battleground state.