Michigan should delay election certification, says GOP Senate candidate
MichiganThe State Canvassers Board is scheduled to delay the state’s Nov. 3 certification scheduled for Monday Election The results, a major state Republican said Friday.
John James, the GOP candidate who ran in the state American Senate race Earlier this month – but so far the current Sen. of the Democrats. Gary did not agree with Peters – according to the Detroit Free Press, the request was made to a four-member canvass team.
“I submit this request because I am interested in the truth and will defend it The fairness of our elections, ”James wrote to the group, according to the newspaper. “Sometimes the truth takes time to come out and it’s rare to get it.”
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A panel of two Republicans and two Democrats is set to meet Monday to certify the results of the state’s presidential election, which saw Democrat Joe Biden defeat President Trump by a margin of about 155,000 votes. According to the Fox News results table.
In a letter to the committee, the Free Press reported that James should be delayed by two weeks to “fully audit the election results.”
Unofficial results put the Peters trailing by about 92,000 votes in the James Senate race, the newspaper reported.
Norm Shingle, a Republican member of the Canvassers group, said he was leaning towards a delay request. The report said.
Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson is scheduled after the audit certificate for the ballot takes place – because certification is required to access documents.
Democrat Benson said no credible fraud charges had been filed in the state to justify the Canvasser Board’s delay in certification.
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On Thursday, Wayne County, which includes the Trump campaign 2020 Detroit, withdrew a lawsuit challenging the election results in Mich, saying the county’s goal was to prevent the results from being certified in advance.
The county board certified its election results Tuesday.
On Friday, two Republican leaders in Michigan – State Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey and House State Speaker Lee Chatfield – President Trump met at the White House He said they did not see any evidence in Michigan that would “change the outcome of the election” but would conduct a thorough review of the election process.