Dane County Clerk: Recount certified; no evidence of voter fraud
MADISON, Wis. — The Dane County Board of Canvassers certified election results Sunday, concluding the county’s recount.
President-elect Joe Biden was declared the winner in Dane County.
The final results of the recount found a 91 vote reduction for Joe Biden, taking his vote count 260,185 to 260,094. There also was a 46 vote reduction for President Trump, changing his vote count from 78,800 to 78,754
Dane County election officials finished recounting ballots Saturday night after eight days of counting. County clerk Scott McDonell said they still needed to meet Sunday to reconcile some precinct information and get their data ready for certification.
The entire recount process in Dane County had been open to the public and livestreamed online.
McDonnell said that there was no evidence of voter fraud
The Milwaukee County Board of Elections certified its election results Friday evening. President-elect Biden’s lead increased by 132 votes after Milwaukee County election officials recounted more than 450,000 votes.
Wisconsin counties have until Tuesday to certify their results.