Officials in Michigan have certified the results of the presidential election.
But the state is also gearing up for a possible recount.
The Michigan Board of Canvassers officially certified that Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton by about 11,000 votes out of more than 4 1/2 million that were cast.
But that certification may not be the last word.
Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein’s campaign filed for a recount in Wisconsin late last week and says it is joining groups of voters in requesting a recount in Pennsylvania.
That’s after some experts cautioned that electronic voting in those states and in Michigan could have been manipulated.
The deadline for filing for a recount in Michigan is Wednesday.
If that happens The Trump campaign will have seven days to file an objection to the recount.