Fundraising ends for #Recount2016.
Since administrative matters related to the recounts are ongoing, final costs of the vote counts are still pending. However, the Stein campaign has said that it expects to have money left over, the exact amount of which will be determined by the amount of money credited back to the campaign by Michigan and, potentially, Wisconsin. In the event of a recount surplus, the campaign will ask the more than 161,000 small donors how they want to spend the remaining funds, and have pledged to allocate the money to a set of non-partisan election reform and voting rights organizations based on the results of an online, ranked choice vote. The final list of non-partisan organizations who could receive the left over funds will be made public on Stein’s website in the coming weeks, when the survey of donors is launched.
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