Jill Stein's Michigan recount efforts: Here's what you need to know | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Jill Stein's Michigan recount efforts: Here's what you need to know

State Elections Director Chris Thomas estimated that the full recount could be finished by Dec. 9 or 10, assuming there are no legal objections from other candidates or campaigns. If another candidate were to contest the recount, the process of counting the ballots would be put on hold until the Board of Canvassers can rule on the challenge.

However, should there be a challenge it would be difficult for Michigan to meet the Dec. 13 federal deadline for recounts to be completed. That’s just six days before the Electoral College votes, on Dec. 19, to formally elect the next president.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

BINGO! And that is what Jillary is really after; finding a way to knock Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania out of the electoral college and narrow the gap between Hillary and Trump!

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