The recount of Wisconsin votes cast in the 2016 presidential election is continuing. So far, the results that have been reported have shown little shift in the totals that yielded a margin of victory of around 22,000 votes for Republican Donald Trump.
And unless there is a major shift in the numbers to come, most of the storylines will remain true. Among them - a seismic shift of votes in western Wisconsin along the Mississippi River. It’s an area in which Barack Obama saw significant support in both of his election campaigns, but swung to Republican Donald Trump this year.