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The recount in Wisconsin, and the coming ones in Michigan and Pennsylvania will not change the outcomes in any of the states. No recount ever changes thousands of votes. I do not think that is the purpose.
The recounts, if done by hand, which can be demanded, may take longer than the last day for completing the official counts in a state and directing Electoral College voters. If all 3 states miss the deadline, Trump is atHillary at No one hits Then this goes to Congress, where the House voting 1 vote per state elects Trump, and Senate selects Pence.
This would be first time this happened sincebut in that case, John Quincy Adams won in the House, though he had fewer electoral college votes than Andrew Jackson.
If this goes to the US House and Senate, and the result is the same as result from the Electoral College without the recounts, why do it?
As long as 1 of the 3 states completes a timely recount, Trump-Pence are home-and-dry. Still if all 3 states fail to make a timely recount and fail to appoint their slate of Trump-Pence electors…then the presidential race will be thrown into the House where each State has one vote.
There is a separate quorum requirement: Trump can probably meet this bar: So the Republicans should be able to reach a quorum of 34 States with one or more members present. However, if all three 3 states fail to make a timely recount and fail to appoint their slate of Trump-Pence electors…then the vice presidential race will be thrown into the Senate.
The Republicans have such a majority. But the Twelfth Amendment also has a quorum requirement: By absenting themselves, the Democrats can block the narrow Senate Republican majority from selecting Pence.
Worst or best case situation…depending on your point of view…the Senate fails to elect a Vice President and the House fails to elect a President.
How could the latter happen? Paul Ryan will be in the chair. Ryan might delay the vote or he might allow the vote to be delayed by dilatory opposition motions.10 quotes life lessons ernest hemingway –, You do realize, of course, that ernest hemingway was an abusive, philandering, manic depressive alcoholic who ruined lives .
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Nov 28, · Baehr is right, but the Stein-Democrat recount strategy only works if all 3 states fail to recount their states’ votes in time and fail to appoint a Trump-slate of electors.
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