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  • US judge rejects Green Party's Pennsylvania recount case

    12/12/2016 7:35:37 AM PST · by pgkdan · 104 replies
    AP ^ | 12/12/16 | Marc Levy
    A federal judge on Monday issued a stinging rejection of a Green Party-backed request to recount paper ballots in Pennsylvania's presidential election, won by Republican Donald Trump, and scan some counties' election systems for signs of hacking. In his 31-page decision, U.S. District Judge Paul Diamond said there were at least six grounds that required him to reject the Green Party's lawsuit, which had been opposed by Trump, the Pennsylvania Republican Party and the Pennsylvania attorney general's office.
  • Despite successful fundraising effort, recount of Pennsylvania remains unlikely

    11/28/2016 7:07:06 AM PST · by dirtboy · 48 replies
    Philly.com ^ | 11.28/2016 | Rob Tornoe
    After successfully launching a recount of election results in Wisconsin, Green Party candidate Jill Stein is now setting her sites on Pennsylvania. As of Monday morning, Stein has raised $6.2 million dollars, covering the costs of recounts in both Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, and is close to her total goal of $7 million goal to cover recount costs in Michigan. But when it comes to the Keystone State, it turns out raising the money might have been the easiest step. As Stein points out herself in a video posted on Sunday, initiating a statewide recount of Pennsylvania’s vote is “especially complicated.”...
  • Stein campaign files Pennsylvania recount suit

    11/28/2016 1:30:20 PM PST · by bobsunshine · 105 replies
    Philly.Com News ^ | November 28, 2016 | Rob Tornoe & Angela Couloumbis
    HARRISBURG — Former Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein on Monday continued her campaign to contest the election results in three battleground states, filing suit in Pennsylvania seeking a statewide recount. Legal papers filed in Commonwealth Court by a lawyer for Stein’s campaign contend the Nov. 8 election was “illegal” and the results inaccurate based on research suggesting there might have been irregularities with electronic voting machines, among other evidence. “Petitioners have grave concerns about the integrity of electronic voting machines used in their districts,” the suit stated. Though Monday’s petition was filed by 100 Pennsylvania voters, as required by...
  • Recount 2016: Jill Stein Cannot File Direct Request For Recount In Pa, Must Take it to Court

    11/26/2016 7:07:27 PM PST · by drewh · 191 replies
    The Inquisitor ^ | 2 hours ago | Tara West
    Jill Stein posted to her Jill2016 website that she had raised enough money to “file” for a recount in Pennsylvania. However, the Green Party candidate left out some key details about the filing of recounts in Pennsylvania that many of her supporters likely would have wanted to know before donating. For example, candidates cannot file a direct request for a recount in the state and instead must appeal the election in court. View image on Twitter View image on Twitter Follow The Trump Train @The_Trump_Train Donald Trump statement on Jill Stein's recount efforts: 3:25 PM - 26 Nov 2016 1,074...
  • Oops! Jill Stein Cannot File Direct Request for Recount in Pennsylvania, Must Take It to Court

    11/27/2016 8:15:02 AM PST · by GilGil · 93 replies
    Gateway Pundit ^ | 11/26/2016 | Jim Hoft
    Per Pennsylvania regulations, there is only one way remaining for Jill Stein to get a recount in Pennsylvania and it is a complicated process. BillyPenn reports that Stein would have to file for a court appeal and present a “prima facie case” showing that voter fraud took place. While prima facie has a lower burden of proof threshold than “beyond reasonable doubt,” it is still significant. Stein would have to prove in court that fraud was “probable.” This is going to be very difficult given that even the computer specialists recommending the recount say there is no proof of hacking...