On Wednesday morning, a clerk’s office from Michigan posted on Facebook a statement revealing that they have found discrepancies in their county with votes. A discrepancy big enough to have caused a traditionally red county to turn blue. The statement reads, “Early this morning, the Antrim County Clerk, Sheryl Guy, became aware of apparently skewed results in the Unofficial Election Result tabulations. Since then, the Clerk’s office has been reviewing the results and the multiple redundancies to search out any possible discrepancies.” The statement continued,
“Staff is currently working with township officials and with Election Source, the company that provides the voting software programs and hardware. ‘By this afternoon, we expect to have a clear answer and a clear plan of action addressing any issue,’ said Sheryl Guy, Antrium County Clerk. ‘Until then, we are asking all interested parties to bear with us while we get to the bottom of this.’ Further information will be released as it becomes available throughout the day.”
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As reported by the Detroit Free Press, Tom McMillin is a former state lawmaker from Oakland County. On Tuesday night he saw irregularities in voting coming from Antrim County. According to network, Antrim County is full of longtime Republicans. They say that some precincts had more votes for Joe Biden and other Democrats that were outside of what is considered normal for the area. McMillin said, “It just looked weird. Two-thirds of the township looked really messed up.”
Zach Gorchow is the executive editor and publisher of Gongwer Michigan and he tweeted, “I just spoke to the Antrim clerk’s office. They are reviewing these numbers, said there are discrepancies. It certainly seems likely the numbers were transposed. Trump and John James will see a ~6000+ vote gain statewide once this is corrected. This is a staunchly GOP county.”
The Trump campaign has filed a lawsuit against Michigan for violating it’s own state laws and not allowing “meaningful access to numerous counting locations to observe the opening of ballots and the counting process.”
Sources: DailyWire, Detroit Free Press; Detroit Free Press