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What are the recount rules in the states still in play for the presidency? – Sydney Morning Herald

What are the rules on recounts in each of the seven states still in the spotlight? And how are Trump’s lawsuits playing out?



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Twenty years ago, a presidential race came down to just one state and 537 votes. It was the closest margin between two candidates in US history, but eventually the Supreme Court ruled against a recount, handing the White House to Republican George W. Bush over Democrat Al Gore.
This time, just like in 2000, Americans woke the morning after election night not knowing who their next president was. And in one state, the Republican stronghold…

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