MI County Votes for Audit Over Doubts About 2020 Election Outcome


During a major speech June 11 on the Department of Justice’s role in elections, Attorney General Merrick Garland slammed “abnormal post-election audit methodologies that may put the integrity of the voting process at risk and undermine public confidence in our democracy.”

The targets were clear: the 2020 election audit currently going on in Maricopa County, Arizona, and counties and states that might want to emulate it.

Ironically, nothing “put[s] the integrity of the voting process at risk and undermine[s] public confidence in our democracy” quite like the federal government telling jurisdictions they can’t audit election results.

Well, Garland and the Democrats likely have a new target: Cheboygan County, Michigan, wants to audit its election results to determine how accurate they are.

To make things doubly annoying for the Democrats, Dominion Voting Systems is part of the controversy yet again.

According to a Tuesday report from The Hill, the Cheboygan County Board of Commissioners voted 4-3 to send a letter to the Michigan elections director formally requesting an audit.

In the letter, signed by the board’s chairman, John Wallace, the county said, “As commissioners, we have heard from many of our constituents expressing concerns/questions related to the November 3, 2020 election. We believe we have a responsibility to address these concerns/questions.”

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