As we said in the previous answer, election integrity experts have independently identified Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin as states where "statistical anomalies" raised concerns. The anomalies are based on the presence of razor-thin margins, hackable and error-prone touch-screen machines, and a discrepancy between exit polls and election results.
We would do recounts in other states, but many filing deadlines have already passed. Recounts in states where deadlines have not passed would be considered if funds are available.
Please note: When we started our recount efforts, the results in Michigan had not yet been certified, so those Electoral College votes had not yet been allocated to any candidate.
Conducting research on state deadlines and requirements for filing is difficult work. That's why we'd appreciate your support in finding accurate data. You can start at the Citizens for Election Integrity Minnesota.
This is the first-ever attempt to demand recounts in multiple states following a presidential election.