Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign said Saturday that it will participate in a recount of the votes cast in Wisconsin’s election.
According to USA TODAY, the news comes after Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein initiated a recount there and vowed to pursue additional ones in Pennsylvania and Michigan.
Marc Elias, Clinton campaign general counsel, said the Clinton campaign has found no evidence of election tampering, but is joining in the recount since it was initiated.
Unofficial vote tallies show Trump won Michigan by less than 12,000 votes, Wisconsin by less than 30,000 and Pennsylvania by less than 70,000. Clinton would have to win recounts in all three states to receive enough electoral votes to win the presidency.
Under federal law, states must finish recounts within 35 days of a presidential election, which is Dec. 13.