Roberta, Iowa County

We did hand recounts for the municipalities of: Avoca, Blanchardville, Montfort, Muscoda, Town of Linden, Village of Linden, Village of Rewey, and Wyoming. Only one discrepancy was discovered; in Muscoda, Trump's total count went from 6 to 7. This discrepancy was recorded in the minutes.

Don, Iowa County

The Iowa County Recount is completed.Observers were allowed to view the proceedings up close, handle the ballots and ask questions. All ballots were hand counted. The process was clearly transparent. All supporting documentation tied to vote totals with several single vote exceptions noted.Net Variances in vote totals are minimal. I'll post the changes by noon on Wednesday.

Don, Iowa County

Final results.No net change in votes for Trump or Clinton. Stein up 1. McMullin up from 5-19 due to being a registered write-in.

Al, Iowa County

Same as before, really good group no problems.

Al, Iowa County

Went well, counted Mineral Point had a discrepancy decided to re-recount. Re-recount started after I left.

Roberta, Iowa County

Several municipalities were counted (absentee, paper and thermal methods), including Mineral Point, Arena, Hollandale, and the Village of Highland. Mineral Point (a larger municipality) had a difference of 1 vote between the machine and counted vote for Trump (hand count had 1 less), 3 for Clinton (hand count had 3 more), but there was one voided ballot that may have been counted in the original machine count as a valid vote. Hollandale and the Village of Highland agreed. In Arena, one vote for Hillary was lost in the recount since one person voted twice and both were counted in the original tally.

Don, Iowa County

Observers were allowed to view the proceedings up close, handle the ballots and ask questions. All ballots were hand counted. The process was clearly transparent. All supporting documentation tied to vote totals with several single vote exceptions noted.

Roberta, Iowa County

The recount went well. There was only one discrepancy; the total number of absentee ballots was the same as the original count, but one rejected ballot (no address or signature) had been counted as a valid ballot originally.

Don, Iowa County

Observers were allowed to view the proceedings up close, handle the ballots and ask questions. All ballots were hand counted. The process was clearly transparent. All supporting documentation tied to vote totals with one single vote exception.

Don, Iowa County

Observers were allowed to view the proceedings up close, handle the ballots and ask questions. All ballots were hand counted. The process was clearly transparent. All supporting documentation tied to vote totals with no variances noted.