Michigan County Requests Hand Recount of 2020 Election

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Michigan’s Cheboygan County voted on June 22 to authorize a hand recount of the 2020 election.

  • Cheboygan County Board of Commissioners voted 4-3 to authorize a letter to Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson (D) requesting the recount, according to The Hill.
  • Michigan’s Cheboygan County voted on June 22 to authorize a hand recount of the 2020 election.
  • Cheboygan County Board of Commissioners voted 4-3 to authorize a letter to Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson (D) requesting the recount, according to The Hill.
  • In the letter (pdf), the text of which appeared in a packet for the board meeting, the board’s chairman, John Wallace, wrote that a hand recount would help determine “whether the actual vote tally for the presidential election within Cheboygan County was accurately reported by the county’s Dominion vote tabulator and Election System and Software machine.”
  • The requested audit would also seek to determine whether the machines by Dominion Voting Systems and Election System and Software were connected and had modems installed enabling them to connect to the internet, whether the machines were in communication with any unauthorized computers and if “there is any evidence that any unauthorized computer actually manipulated the actual presidential election vote tally within Cheboygan County.”
  • On the day of the Cheboygan County vote, a Michigan state lawmaker introduced a bill that would authorize partial statewide audit, according to The Detroit News. The bill, introduced by Rep. Steve Carra (R), would set up a bipartisan board and hire a contractor to carry out the audit. The review, if authorized, would cover 10 percent of the precincts in each of the state 83 counties and 20 percent of the precincts in Detroit, the populous Democratic stronghold.

On the day of the Cheboygan County vote, a Michigan state lawmaker introduced a bill that would authorize partial statewide audit, according to The Detroit News. The bill, introduced by Rep. Steve Carra (R), would set up a bipartisan board and hire a contractor to carry out the audit. The review, if authorized, would cover 10 percent of the precincts in each of the state 83 counties and 20 percent of the precincts in Detroit, the populous Democratic stronghold.

Source: theepochtimes.com



Michigan County Requests Hand Recount of 2020 Election
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