Michigan Finally Declares Winner In Presidential Race

Casey Mills
Ноября 25, 2016

Some activists and academics that formed a coalition are calling on USA authorities to fully audit or recount the election results, particularly in Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.

Hillary Clinton is now more than two million votes ahead of President-elect Donald Trump in the popular vote count for the United States presidential elections, a tally compiled by the Cook Political Report showed Wednesday.

If Mrs. Clinton had worked as hard over the last 16 years to abolish the EC as she worked to win the Democratic nomination, she would be moving back into the White House in January.

And the number is only growing as numerous of states like New Jersey, Illinois and California continue to recount votes, despite Election Day having taken place two weeks ago now.

With the official vote totals still out in some states it looks like Clinton may win the popular vote total by more than 1.2 million votes (thanks to about 3 million votes cast by illegal aliens).

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"Hillary Clinton won the election", Nader said.

The Green party candidate, Jill Stein, is raising funds to request a recount in the same states - Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, all won by Mr Trump.

Well, now there's one less in the "unknown" column: By the narrowest margin in the history of the state, MI has declared Donald Trump the victor.

"Given that Clinton's lead in big blue states was often bigger than Trump's in big red states, the overall likelihood is that a straight popular vote would've increased Clinton's popular vote lead", Rosenfeld wrote. Now two of those popular vote winners have lost in the Electoral College and thus the presidency. It has also caused many to question the Electoral College and Democratic strategies for winning presidential elections. "Campaigning is much different!" At the time, it was the largest advantage in the popular vote for a candidate who lost the Electoral College vote in the U.S. presidential election. Clinton would need to win all three to flip the results of the Electoral College.

In 2000, Democrat Al Gore's final lead over George W Bush, who won the election after a prolonged legal challenge, was almost 544,000.

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