The hope is to finish counting some of the ballots in Wisconsin’s presidential recount by the end of the day.
The recount begins today in Milwaukee and Dane counties. Election managers say it won’t take long to count the ballots from some of the smaller communities in each county. It’s going to take about a week to count the ballots in the city of Milwaukee and in Madison. Joe Biden leads President Trump by more than 20 thousand votes heading into the recount.