'Count Every Vote' Protest Takes to New York City Streets as Presidential Election Remains Undecided

Protesters called for every vote in the US Presidential Election to be counted during marches in New York City on November 4.

Hundreds of people were reported to have taken part in the march that went down Fifth Avenue of Manhattan.

President Donald Trump indicated on Election Night he wanted the counting of votes to stop, with the campaign launching lawsuits in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Georgia according to the Associated Press.

The Trump campaign on Wednesday said it had filed a lawsuit that seeks to halt the counting of ballots in Michigan until it is given “meaningful access to numerous counting locations to observe the opening of ballots and the counting process.” The suit was announced despite the vast majority of votes already being unofficially reported by local clerks, according to local reports. Credit: Anthony Alfano via Storyful