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voter fraud

Evelyn Smith
Evelyn Smith

With the results of the presidential election unofficially declared, saying Joe Biden is believed to be the next President of the United States, there are questions and legal challenges being presented to those voting results.  Concerns are being raised in several political corners about alleged election voter count fraud.

WEMU's Lisa Barry talks with Evelyn Smith, a University of Michigan Ph.D candidate in economics, who volunteered on Election Day counting absentee ballots in Ann Arbor.


Voting Booth
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The Michigan Secretary of State is willing to turn over some voter information to a federal commission.


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State officials say any federal investigation will not turn up widespread vote fraud in Michigan, despite unsubstantiated accusations by President Trump that millions of people voted illegally.  


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A federal judge in New Jersey is asking the Michigan Republican Party to explain its Election Day anti-fraud plan.