So far, the multi-million dollar presidential election recount in Wisconsin is expanding Donald Trump’s win over Hillary Clinton.
Heavy.com is adding up recount figures as they come in through spreadsheets posted to the Wisconsin Election Commission website, and the day four totals result in a net increase of 110 votes for Trump.
Clinton gained 71 votes, so Trump was up by 39 votes through day four.
The site noted that the City of Milwaukee and many counties are still tallying ballots.
The Election Commission gave several reasons for the new numbers, including ballots that were not opened, missing absentee envelopes, non-standard pens used to mark ballots, and other glitches.
The Wisconsin presidential recount was launched by Green Party candidate Jill Stein, who initiated the same process in Michigan and Pennsylvania, and all three efforts are mired in legal challenges.
Trump defeated Clinton by about 22,000 votes in Wisconsin, 10,704 in Michigan, and about 49,000 in Pennsylvania, Fortune.com reports.