Michigan State Senators Seek Full Vote Audit
Nov. 12, 2020 (EIRNS)—In a letter to be hand-delivered on Friday, Nov. 13 to Michigan’s Secretary of State, two state senators have called for a full audit of the Nov. 3 vote. They first cite the “glitch” that affected several thousand votes in Antrim County and note that the same voting hardware, developed by Dominion Voting Systems, is used in 47 other Michigan counties. The letter then lists several other forms of electoral improprieties, such as ineligible ballots being counted, back-dated postmarks being applied, election observers being barred from facilities, and more. They say that they have compiled over 100 sworn affidavits from Michiganders willing to stand by their assertions. “We are requesting a full audit be conducted of the 2020 General Election prior to the certification of any results,” they demand.