Biden adds the Milwaukee County review to its margin

Democrat President-elect Joe Biden ended the Milwaukee County polls on Friday with 132 votes on the brink of victory over President Donald Trump.

In all, Biden added 257 votes and Trump 125. The results came Friday evening, seven days after an attempt to describe the nearly 460,000 votes recorded in the county began in the central city of Wisconsin. The final number was 459,723.

Prior to the review, Trump received 317,270 votes in Pidon Milwaukee County for 134,357. That brings the total to 317,527 for Fiden and 134,482 for Trump.

Milwaukee County Clerk George Christensen said after the Milwaukee County Commissioners’ Committee adjourned at 5:30 p.m.

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