As Part of an Investigation into Potential Election-Related Breaches, Michigan State Police have Seized Voting Machines
The Michigan State Police have widened their investigation into whether voting equipment breaches occurred after the 2020 election.
According to Barry County Clerk Pamela Palmer, state police seized a voting machine tabulator in Irving Township last Friday. The state investigation is looking at whether anyone who shouldn’t have had access to voting machine data was able to circumvent election rules.
According to CNN, the Michigan State Police have widened their investigation into whether third parties obtained unlawful access to voting machine data after the 2020 election, and are now looking into suspected breaches in at least one more county.
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