Michigan Republican-led investigation rejects Trump's claim that Nov. 3 election was stolen
(Detroit Free Press) An investigation led by Michigan Republican lawmakers found no basis for claims by former President Donald Trump and his allies that there was widespread fraud in the 2020 election, a Michigan Senate report released Wednesday concludes.
The results of the inquiry by the Michigan Senate Oversight Committee, chaired by a Republican and comprised of a GOP-majority, are the latest repudiation of conspiracies and lies revolving around Michigan's election results.
"The Committee found no evidence of widespread or systemic fraud in Michigan's prosecution of the 2020 election," the report states.
"Citizens should be confident the results represent the true results of the ballots cast by the people of Michigan."
Ohio Republicans Uncover Voter Fraud – By One Of Their Own
PORTER TOWNSHIP, Ohio (WCMH) — A Porter Township trustee has admitted to voting twice — once as himself and once as his deceased father — in last November’s election.
According to a plea agreement, Edward D. Snodgrass is scheduled to enter a guilty plea next month to a charge of Falsification, for which he will spend three days in county jail and pay a $500 fine and court costs.
Snodgrass, a Republican, admitted to signing his father’s name, H. Edward Snodgrass, to his absentee ballot and sending it in, then later voting himself.