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Green party presidential candidate Jill Stein answers questions from members of the media on Oct. 6 in Oakland, Calif.

A recount of presidential votes is expected to begin in Wisconsin this Thursday. Voting rights attorney John Bonifaz, who's been advising the recount effort, explains how it works.

A recount of presidential votes is expected to begin in Wisconsin this Thursday.

The move comes after a request from Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein, who was troubled by reports of voting anomalies.

In some Wisconsin counties, for example, more votes were recorded than registered voters.

Stein has also pledged to pursue recounts in Pennsylvania and Michigan. Today is the deadline to file for a recount in Pennsylvania, and Michigan's deadline comes up Wednesday.

Constitutional attorney

joined Take Two to explain the recount effort and how it will work. Bonifaz has been advising the recount effort lead by Jill Stein and is co-founder and president of the legal advocacy group Free Speech for People.

To hear the full interview, click the blue player above. 

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