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Five fit men, including Talbot, a Naval Academy graduate, were picked from among many volunteers, Read recounted.

Historically, recounts matter when races are within just a few hundred votes in a single state, as in the 2000 election.

The original Times report recounts Citriglia allegedly shutting student Alexandra Fox out of classes and training after she rejected his sexual advances.

In the Times reporting, 11 women recounted experiences of sexual misconduct by Kruth, who denied any wrongdoing.

In 2018, Wolf ordered that every voting machine in the state be replaced with more secure systems with paper trails that could be manually audited or recounted, a massive financial burden that counties struggled to bear.

Pennsylvania’s New Vote-by-Mail Law Expands Access for Everyone Except the Poorby Jonathan Lai, Samantha Melamed and Michaelle Bond, The Philadelphia InquirerOctober 22, 2020ProPublica

In a court filing in Michigan, his legal team explicitly argued that there was no evidence of fraud in the election and, therefore, no need to recount the ballots.

Secrets of the Surface, available on the online video platform Vimeo, recounts Mirzakhani’s life via interviews with her friends, teachers and colleagues.

This time Dotinga recounts a debate between Bill Clinton and Bob Dole at USD, with a minor appearance from Ross Perot.

In this episode, Rachel recounts her surprising trip, discusses evolving attitudes on who can be a hunter, and explains why she can’t wait to go again.

Mahira recounted vague memories of leaving her family home in the state of Assam at the age of 14, and then being forced to marry to a man in Haryana who was three times older than her.

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