No suspicion of fraud, but state to audit Detroit vote

Four days after the Michigan Supreme Court denied a motion to restart636169014802009225-120616-Recount-055-rb.jpg a recount of the nearly 4.8 million ballots cast for president in the state, the Board of State Canvassers will meet to go over the lessons learned from the partial recount.

One of the chief things learned from the three days of recounting in 26 counties was the sheer number of ballots that couldn’t actually be recounted because of mistakes in the way the ballots were recorded or ballot containers that were improperly secured.  Read More

 

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