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Wisconsin: Recount to cost $3.5M

Mark Hensch,  The Wisconsin Elections Commission estimates its recount of the Badger State’s presidential election votes will cost approximately $3.5 million. The bipartisan group on Monday announced it requires $3,499,689 by 4:30 p.m. Tuesday from one or both third-party candidates requesting the effort for it to proceed. “County clerks have done their best to estimate

George Soros Financed Hillary Clinton’s Recount Lawyer Marc Elias

Aaron Klein, The lawyer representing Hillary Clinton’s recount efforts recently led legal battles against state voting laws with an infusion of funding from billionaire George Soros. On Saturday, Marc Elias, the Clinton team’s general counsel, announced Clinton’s campaign would participate in Green Party candidate Jill Stein’s recount effort in Wisconsin.  Elias also said the Clinton

Wisconsin officials agree to proceed with vote recount, but not without ‘full payment’

The Wisconsin Elections Commission agreed Monday to go forward with requests to recount residents’ votes for the 2016 presidential election and said the process will begin as soon the campaign for Green Party candidate Jill Stein or the other petitioner “make full payment” by Tuesday. Elections Supervisor Ross Hein set out the timetable following the

Reince Priebus Suggests Clinton Campaign Backing Off Election-Night Agreement to Concede

Clinton campaign lawyer Marc Elias is backing down from a deal. Donald Trump’s incoming chief of staff suggests Hillary Clinton is backing away from a deal worked out between the two presidential campaigns on how the loser would concede to the winner. Reince Priebus tells “Fox News Sunday” that Clinton’s team “cut a deal” with

Hypocrisy: Fraud Doesn’t Exist Until the Left Needs it to

Frank Camp, Republican and conservative politicians have voiced concerns about election fraud for years, citing numerous cases in which minimal, though still alarming, irregularities took place in various elections. In order to combat instances of fraud, Republicans in many states have pushed for stricter voter identification laws. Democrats routinely dismiss the notion of fraud, and fight against

Wikileaks: Clinton Campaign Plans to Get Ahead of ‘Hyper Sensitive’ Health Issue

Ezra Dulis, Several messages in the latest Wikileaks dump of John Podesta’s emails show Hillary Clinton’s campaign planning to “control” discussion about her taxes and her health, which campaign manager Robby Mook describes as “hyper sensitive” topics. Mook writes to campaign chairman Podesta, asking if he had brought up these issues with Clinton, in March