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A federal judge rebuffed arguments Friday morning that Wisconsin's electoral votes may be endangered by the recount.

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The federal trial seeking to end the Wisconsin presidential race recount will begin at 9 a.m. Friday. The case was brought by two super PACs that support President-elect Donald Trump's presidential campaign. The groups want to stop the recount.

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About half of the state's 72 counties have completed their recounts, the state Elections Commission reported Wednesday.

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Wisconsin Senate Minority Leader Jennifer Shilling called herself a "curious observer" of Republican "infighting" on Wednesday.

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Wisconsin's Department of Transportation Secretary told state lawmakers at a Tuesday hearing that Gov. Scott Walker’s budget would worsen the state’s road funding challenges over the long-term, even as he defended Walker’s budget as responsible and balanced.

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Former presidential candidate Jill Stein asked for the state recounts, including Wisconsin's. Matthew D. Brinckerhoff is founding partner at New York City-based Emery Celli Brinckerhoff & Abady and lead council for Stein.

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Supporters of President-elect Donald Trump have filed a federal lawsuit trying to stop Wisconsin's ongoing presidential election recount.

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State Elections Commission urged elections officials statewide to "keep counting."

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Judge James Peterson denied plaintiff's request to immediately stop the recount. Peterson scheduled a hearing on the case next Friday, saying he intends to rule on the plaintiff's motion to halt the recount that day, after hearing arguments.

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The recount that began Thursday morning in Wisconsin is the first candidate-driven statewide recount of a presidential election in 16 years.

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All Wisconsin counties were required to recount ballots for the 2016 presidential election after Green Party candidate Jill Stein requested and paid for the recount. It is the first statewide recount of a presidential election in the state's history and the first in the country since 2000.

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Wisconsin Republicans argue Hillary Clinton's campaign is the only one standing to benefit from a presidential election recount in the state and filed a complaint with the Federal Elections Commission alleging illegal coordination between Jill Stein and Clinton for the recount.

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About 150 people attended a training session in Muskego on how to observe the recount of Wisconsin's presidential election vote. There will be another training session Wednesday evening in Madison.

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A Dane County Circuit Court ruled Tuesday night against a call by Jill Stein's campaign for all 72 county canvassing boards in Wisconsin to recount presidential ballots by hand.

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A Dane County Circuit Court hearing is underway in determining how Wisconsin county clerks will recount ballots for the presidential race after Jill Stein requested all 72 county clerks to count the ballots by hand.

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A Dane County Circuit Court ruled Tuesday night against a call by Jill Stein's campaign for all 72 county canvassing boards in Wisconsin to recount presidential ballots by hand.

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County clerks around Wisconsin are reacting to the state setting a timeline for the recount of the 2016 presidential election. Despite complying, some clerks are still frustrated with claims hacking of voting machines compromised the election's outcome.

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Wisconsin election officials have a deadline of Tuesday, Dec. 13, for a recount of the state's presidential election.

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The Stein campaign says using voting machines in a recount risks "tainting" the process.

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