Vote count

A worker at Milwaukee’s Central Count facility puts envelopes in a machine that opens them Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020. 

MADISON — There remained no evidence of any wrongdoing, fraud or irregularity in Wisconsin's presidential election on Thursday, as counties worked to wrap up the certification of their votes and their estimates of how much it would cost to recount them, the state's top elections official said.

Democrat Joe Biden defeated President Donald Trump in Wisconsin by about 20,500 votes, based on unofficial results. Trump and his allies have made unsubstantiated claims of wrongdoing, with no evidence, and Republicans in the Legislature have said they planned to launch an investigation into the integrity of the election.

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