The completed profile of Wisconsin confirms Biden’s victory against Trump

The reconsideration of Dane County, demanded by the Trump campaign, showed that Biden won by a margin of 181,340 votes, narrowing the presidential election by 45 votes. Completed review with Friday review in Milwaukee County, Biden will be the certified winner when the Wisconsin Election Commission certifies the state’s election results on Tuesday.

Both candidates saw a drop in the number of votes cast in Dane County on election night, with Biden losing 91 votes and Trump 46 votes, Dane County Board Canvassers announced Sunday. Defects were most often caused by the absence of signatures on the ballot from the voter or witnesses.

On Friday, Biden received 132 votes Milwaukee County, The only Wisconsin district that was part of a reconsideration demanded by the Trump campaign.

But while the new vote confirmed Biden’s victory against Trump in the state as a whole, he continued to make unsubstantiated allegations of widespread voter fraud during an interview with Fox News on Sunday during the presidential election. He called Milwaukee, along with two other major cities, “the most dishonest political places” because he revealed many conspiracy theories during an interview about a “well-coordinated attack” on his campaign.

Jenna Ellis, a lawyer for the Trump campaign, said in a statement to CNN on Sunday that the legitimacy of the ballots in the Dane and Milwaukee counties was “unexplained” and that the review “revealed serious problems.”

“As we said from the beginning, we want every legal vote, only the legal vote should be counted,” Ellis said.

It includes the state capital of Madison, the state’s second largest city in Dane County, and the location of many college – age voters at the University of Wisconsin. Milwaukee County includes Milwaukee, the state’s largest city, and is home to the state’s largest black population.

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According to County Clark Scott McDonald, a member of the Canvassers Board, no major issues were found during the Dane County reconsideration.

When announcing the results on Sunday, McDonnell said it was clear there was no voter fraud and questioned why the campaign should be reconsidered only if they believe the issue is widespread in the state in two Wisconsin districts.

He too Tweeted A photo of the review summary titled “3-0 Certification for Dane County Review” Sunday.

Trump tweeted Saturday afternoon that his campaign plans to challenge Wisconsin’s review results in court.

CNN’s Chandelis Duster contributed to this report.

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