A meeting scheduled for Wednesday afternoon in Lansing, Michigan, which would allow the public to ask questions about the 2020 election count, has been canceled and the state certification board will meet on Monday to finalize the results.
Wednesday’s meeting between the four members of the Michigan State Council, consisting of two Democrats and two Republicans, was initially postponed from 9:00 a.m. EST to 1:30 p.m. EST before being canceled due to all state counties that have verified their results. from the election.
President-elect Joe Biden won 2.796 million votes, or 50.6%, compared to 2.65 million, or 47.9%, for President Trump, who filed lawsuits for irregularities.
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The decision to cancel Wednesday̵
The council also approved a resolution calling on Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson to “conduct an independent comprehensive audit of all constituencies in the county, which records unexplained discrepancies between the number of ballots registered and the number of ballots counted.”
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Several polling stations in the district showed a discrepancy between the number of ballots cast and counted. According to the Detroit Free Press, such a case is not a reason for a recount.
The so-called imbalance in the poll, which occurred in Detroit, Livonia, Inkster and elsewhere, did not go unnoticed by Trump, who wrote on Twitter that “Democrats have cheated a lot and have been caught.”