Under a new state law, political candidates could only seek a recount if they lost by less than one percent in a statewide election.  Governor Scott Walker signed the bill Thursday.  The Republican-controlled Wisconsin Legislature passed the measure after Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein asked for a recount of the Wisconsin vote, even though she finished in a distant fourth place.  Democrats say candidates should be able to request a recount as long as they pay for it.  Stein did pay for the Wisconsin recount of the 2016 vote.