Author: WNEP Web Staff, ABC News Published: 12:31 PM EST November 6, 2020 Status: The state may not update its vote totals until as late as Thursday. ... A presidential election recount must be completed no later than six days before the meeting of the Electoral College. Deadline: A recount must be requested within three business days after the state’s vote canvass. Recount law: A recount is triggered when the margin of victory between two candidates is less than or equal to 0.1 percentage points. Recount rules: Candidate can request a recount. ET. ... according to state rules. ET Wednesday. Recount law: A recount is automatic if the margin of victory is less than or equal to 0.5 percentage point. Georgia. Deadline: There is no set deadline for completion of a recount. Election certification deadline: November 23. John King: If Trump thinks 2016 was a landslide, 2020 is as well, 'Chilling to hear': Tapper reacts to Pompeo's refusal to acknowledge Biden win, Keilar calls out GOP enablers fueling Trump's refusal to concede, Biden says Trump's failure to concede won't affect transition, See what Pompeo said when asked about Biden's victory, Erin Burnett: This is who is holding up Biden's transition process, SE Cupp: This was always going to be problematic at Fox News, Berman asks Georgia GOP official if he's seen any voter fraud, Hear Joe Biden's message to Trump supporters, Joe Biden pledges to unify, not divide, as president, Kamala Harris: Americans ushered in a new day, See the moment CNN called the race for Joe Biden, Van Jones: For a lot of people it's a good day. Candidates cannot request a recount. Election certification deadline: November 24. (CNN)We have projections, but we don't exactly know who won the 2020 presidential election, since the votes aren't all counted. Any voter can request a recount, but only for ballot measures, and has to pay for it. Candidates can also request a recount. In some, like Pennsylvania, a recount is automatically triggered if the final margin reaches a certain percentage. Read more: US election live: Biden in pole position as Trump lawsuits begin. Recount law: A candidate who has been defeated can request a recount, regardless of the margin of victory. Election recount rules, processes vary by state. According to Wolfe, there is a statutory recount process that holds that the aggrieved party seeking the recount has to be one of the top two vote getters. Candidates can’t request recounts, according to ABC News. Deadline: For presidential elections, the request must be made by 5 pm on the first business day after the state’s vote canvass. However, if a candidate falls with a 0.5% margin, a recount can be requested. Follow us for breaking news and latest updates: This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. State Attorney General Josh Shapiro said on CNN that the count could go through Friday as the state continues to accept postmarked mail-in ballots. CNN projected Biden would win just after 4 p.m. What are the recount rules? You can watch the opening of ballots in Philadelphia. Read more: The Trump train hits Pennsylvania: A day in the key US election swing state. Two other avenues for requesting recounts include requiring at least three voter signatures that attest to an error in the vote tally, and going to state court to file petitions alleging fraud and error. Election judges sort Minneapolis ballots during the recount process in the 2008 U.S. Senate race between Republican Sen. Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said Wednesday that counting could be completed late the same day, but sorting out all the ballots could take days. Candidates cannot request a recount. The recounting of votes can be either mandatory or optional depending on the state. Two other avenues for requesting recounts include requiring at least three voter signatures that attest to an error in the vote tally, and going … Mail-in votes postmarked November 3 but received by November 10 can still be counted. Norm Coleman and Democrat Al Franken in Minneapolis. A vote recount forced by Donald Trump in Wisconsin has seen Joe Biden hold the state.