Former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton netted just one vote in a recount of Wisconsin that was initiated by Jill Stein.
Trump defeated Clinton in Wisconsin’s tally by around one percent, which equates to just over 22,000 votes.
Stein demanded a full recount after suggesting fraud or technological glitches may have swayed the results.
Wisconsin started recounting its ballots on Thursday, according to the state.
According to the Daily Caller, Menominee County fully reported its recounted results on day one of the recount. It gave 17 votes to Stein and 12 to Gary Johnson, the Libertarian Party nominee.
It removed two votes from Trump and one from Clinton, meaning Clinton generated one extra vote in the entire county.
After calculating all the results, that means that the first day of the recount narrowed the gap between Trump and Clinton by just one vote.
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