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Michigan County First Refuses to Certify Shady Vote, But Then Does So After Threats

WAYNE COUNTY, Michigan, November 18, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) – The Wayne County Board of Canvassers set off a brief national firestorm Tuesday evening when they deadlocked on a vote to certify the presidential election results over absentee ballot irregularities, only to relent hours later following bitter debate and threats to Republican board members.

The Detroit News reports that the initial vote was 2-2, falling along party lines, because absentee ballot poll books at 93 of Detroit’s 134 absentee counting boards (70 percent) were mismatched “anywhere from one to more than four votes” without an explanation.

“Based on what I saw and went through in poll books in this canvass, I believe that we do not have complete and accurate information in those poll books,” said Republican board Chairwoman Monica Palmer. Read more…

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