MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- The Latest on the presidential recount (all times local):
Republican President-elect Donald Trump's victory in Wisconsin has widened by just 131 votes following a statewide recount of nearly 3 million votes.
Wisconsin on Monday certified results of the recount requested and paid for by Green Party candidate Jill Stein. Earlier it said Trump had picked up 162 more votes.
Trump defeated Democrat Hillary Clinton by 22,748 votes. Stein was way behind them.
Stein requested the recount in Wisconsin and tried unsuccessfully for recounts in Michigan and Pennsylvania, alleging without evidence that voting machines could have been hacked. Recounts there were halted by the courts.
Wisconsin Elections Commission Chairman Mark Thomsen says the recount revealed no evidence of any hacking.
Stein says she's disappointed not all Wisconsin counties did a hand recount, although most did. Stein says the goal of the recount was never to change the outcome but to validate the vote and restore confidence in the voting system.
Republican Donald Trump's victory in Wisconsin has been reaffirmed following a presidential recount that showed him defeating Democrat Hillary Clinton by more than 22,000 votes.
Trump picked up a net 162 votes as a result of the recount that the Wisconsin Elections Commission certified Monday. Green Party candidate Jill Stein requested and paid for the recount that began Dec. 1.
But after recounting nearly 3 million ballots, little changed. The final results changed by fewer than 1,800 votes.
Stein has also tried to get statewide recounts in Michigan and Pennsylvania, but courts have stopped them. The federal deadline to certify the vote is Tuesday.
Wisconsin's recount uncovered no widespread problems or hacking as Stein had suggested, without evidence, that there might be.
Wisconsin's presidential recount has been completed and the state Elections Commission planned to vote Monday on certifying the results.
Republican Donald Trump's margin of victory had decreased by just 25 votes with nearly all the ballots recounted. The final tally will be revealed once the recount is certified.
The recount began Dec. 1 after Green Party candidate Jill Stein requested and paid for it. Her attempts to get recounts in Michigan and Pennsylvania were blocked in court.
Stein suggested without evidence that voting machines in the three states could have been hacked.
With 95 percent of Wisconsin's vote recounted Sunday, Hillary Clinton had picked up 25 votes on Trump, who won the state by more than 22,000 votes.
Wisconsin faced a Tuesday deadline to certify the vote or put its 10 Electoral College votes at risk.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says the presidential recount vote in his state makes "very clear the vote was legitimate."
No widespread or significant problems with voting have been discovered during the statewide recount that was expected to conclude Monday. Republican Donald Trump's roughly 22,000-vote victory over Democrat Hillary Clinton was largely unchanged.
With 95 percent of the vote recounted as of Sunday, Clinton had picked up just 25 votes on Trump. The recount was requested and paid for by Green Party candidate Jill Stein, who also pushed for recounts in Michigan and Pennsylvania.
Walker says the recount placed a burden on local election clerks who were busy with other year-end duties.
The Republican governor also says he doesn't have any information related to a CIA assessment that Russia interfered in the November election on Trump's behalf.