Federal Judge Ends Michigan Recount
It's official, the recount is off here in Michigan. Federal District Judge Mark Goldsmith has dissolved his own order to start the recount.
That order came down on Sunday night to start the recount Monday at noon. The recount couldn't be stopped until he got rid of that order. That's what he did Wednesday around 8 p.m.
According to WILX-TV 10, the decision about whether to have a recount at all falls to the Michigan Court of Appeals. It decided yesterday that Presidential Candidate Jill Stein didn't have a right to call for a recount because she only won one percent of the vote in Michigan and had no chance of winning through a recount.