National, State GOP Leaders Seek Delay In Certification Of Michigan's Election Results
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Without citing any proof, the RNC and Michigan Republican Party have called for a "full audit and investigation" into alleged voting "anomalies and irreg...
Echoing President Donald Trump's baseless claims of widespread voter fraud in Michigan, the Republican National Committee and the Michigan Republican Party are attempting to stall the certification of the state's election results.

RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel and Michigan Republican Party Chairwoman Laura Cox asked Michigan's Board of State Canvassers in a letter on Saturday to delay certification of the state's election results for two weeks to "allow for a full audit and investigation" into alleged voting "anomalies and irregularities."

McDaniel and Cox specifically called for an audit of the results in Wayne County, which includes Detroit and is home to a significant number of Black voters and Democrats. Wayne County voted overwhelmingly for President-elect Joe Biden.

There is zero evidence of significant voter fraud in Wayne County ― or anywhere else in Michigan (or the U.S. as a whole, for that matter). In their letter, McDaniel and Cox provided no proof for their allegations.

Dominique Mosbergen
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