Former candidate for US presidents from the green Party, Jill Stein transferred to the electoral Commission of the U.S. state of Wisconsin approximately $ 3.5 million to pay for the procedure, recount, reports the Hill.

Election Commission of Wisconsin on Tuesday, November 29, confirmed the receipt of the contribution. “Wire transfer in the amount of 3,499,689 dollars received to the election Commission of Wisconsin from Jill Stein” – said in a Twitter vote.

It is noted that the remittance is received shortly before the expiry of the legal deadline. According to TASS, the process of a recount to begin Thursday, December 1 and may last until December 13.

Stein filed a petition to recount the votes in the States of Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, as well as going to do it in Michigan. In all three States, Republican Donald trump won a victory over rival Democrat Hillary Clinton with a minimal advantage.

Stein, who scored the results of the elections only about 1% of the vote, said that her goal is to “ensure the accuracy of the election results”. According to the politician, she also intends thus to eliminate assumptions about the commit cyber attacks that could affect the results of the vote.

According to official data, in Wisconsin for trump voted about 1.4 million people, Clinton 1.38 million voters.

The former candidate in US presidents gave Wisconsin $ 3.5 million on the recount 30.11.2016

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