- n an additional (usually a second) count; especially of the votes in a close election
- v narrate or give a detailed account of
- v count again
We had to recount all the votes after an accusation of fraud was made
- Andersen asked for a recount, which required some 100 teams of ballot reviewers to fan out across the state.
- After a partial recount Monday, election oversight body says it has approved the election.
- We look at the players behind the 'spontaneous' protest that preceded the shutdown of Miami-Dade's recount.
News & Articles
- Headlines from Friday's Reporter
Witnesses recount attack/Testimony continues for second day in trial of Richard Franklin.
June 15, 2013 - Lake City Reporter
- Father-son law team see each other in court regularly
Father and son recount days of plotting and planning for trials, driving to work and enjoying the outdoors
June 15, 2013 - Lubbock Avalanche-Journal
- Huachuca City recount delayed to next week
SIERRA VISTA — The recount of the Huachuca City General Election ballots has been delayed until early next week, after the various legal processes to begin the recount were not completed in time to provide sufficient public notice prior to the weekend. Cochise County Superior Court Judge Karl Elledge signed the order for the recount on Thursday, however it will take one-to-two days for the order ...
June 14, 2013 - The Sierra Vista Herald
- President Bush in Sydney Morning Herald
The man who once struck fear in the hearts of Iraqis had to listen to free Iraqis recount the acts of torture and murder that he ordered against their families and against them,Bush said in brief remarks.
- Al Gore in Chicago Tribune
Getting a 2005 lifetime achievement award, Al Gore said, "Please don't recount this vote."
- Sean McCormack in Haber 27
It's interesting that they haven't had the official election results announced, yet there is a call for a recount. I'm not sure of the logic train there,McCormack said.