HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — A Green Party-backed group wants a Pennsylvania court to order a recount of the state’s Nov. 8 presidential election result. But it’s unclear if the courts have that authority.

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Court papers filed Monday cite an affidavit by a University of Michigan computer scientist stating results produced by electronic voting machines could’ve been manipulated by malware. They say they may supplement their evidence with the results of various precinct-level recounts being pursued by Green Party-backed voters.

Republican Donald Trump edged Democrat Hillary Clinton in Pennsylvania. Green Party candidate Jill Stein trailed them significantly.

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Democratic Secretary of State Pedro Cortes says there’s no evidence of voting irregularities or cyberattacks on Pennsylvania’s electronic voting machines.

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A Republican lawyer says the courts lack authority to order a statewide recount. Cortes says he’s also unaware of such authority.

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