BREAKING: After Stein appeal, Judge orders no hand-recount in Wisconsin

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At 8:45 PM CST, according to the AP and mcclatchydc.com, a judge found that Jill Stein failed to show that mistakes or irregularities brought into question the machine recount that had already taken place.

Stein's lawyers had asserted that a hand-recount was the most effective way to assess if a cyberattack had occured on the voting machines. The judge disagreed.

Stein had originally asserted that Wisconsin's voting machines had been hacked but had no evidence to back that up.

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