A partial recount of ballots cast in the national election earlier this month is underway in Dane County. The count began yesterday. Observers from both major parties are watching as tabulators do a hand count.
Dane County Clerk Scott McDonell says once any objections from the observers are cleared, the ballots are then counted by high speed scanners. County elections officials expect the final tally to be finished before the December 1st deadline.
However, it’s not without controversary. Officials in charge of the recount in Wisconsin’s largest county say observers from the Trump Campaign are trying to obstruct their work. Jim Forbes has more with a click below: