Onalaska has now recounted the absentee ballots in one city district, to include 50 ballots that were left uncounted by accident on Tuesday.
City clerk JoAnn Marcon says the process of recounting 3000 absentee ballots in District 1 took about six hours on Thursday.
Marcon says the 50 ballots in question were about to be fed into a ballot-counting machine on election night, but were set aside when a machine problem had to be fixed.
Later, comparing the number counted by the machine to the number of ballots received, they realized that the machine figure was 50 votes short.
Marcon tells us the new votes added apparently had very little effect on any race.
Joe Biden had already won the 1st district over Donald Trump by about 300 votes.
More than 11-thousand ballots were cast in Onalaska in this election, with only about 3000 cast in-person at the polls on Tuesday.