After demanding for months that Donald Trump abide by the election night results and concede when he lost the Democrats are now trying to get the defeated candidate to call for a recount.
Hillary Clinton is being urged to call for a recount in three crucial states where some experts believe results may have been hacked.
Voting-rights lawyer John Bonifaz and prominent computer scientist J Alex Halderman of the University of Michigan, are part of a group of experts who believe results in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania may have been manipulated or hacked, New York Magazine reports.
The group is lobbying Clinton’s team to request an independent review as soon as possible, to count the paper ballots and compare them to the electronic results.
While the group did not find evidence of hacking, their analysis found Clinton received 7 per cent fewer votes in counties that relied on electronic-voting machines, compared to areas that used optical scanners and paper ballots.
They believe this may have cost Clinton up to 30,000 votes, a potentially game-changing number if you consider she lost Wisconsin by 27,000. Read more »