LANSING, MI -- Conservative activists on Tuesday announced a petition initiative aimed at changing Michigan law on post-election audits in order to spur more investigation into 2020 results.
The Republican-majority state Legislature has not acted on demands for a “forensic audit” from supporters of former President Donald Trump who believe the results were tainted by fraud. Several hundred demonstrators rallied outside the state Capitol in Lansing on Tuesday, rejecting audits performed by the Michigan Secretary of State and a GOP-led investigation that both affirmed President Joe Biden’s victory.
Biden won Michigan by 154,000 votes, according to the official results, but Trump and his supporters continue to dispute the outcome 11 months after polls closed, even after numerous court rulings and audits have discredited assertions of widespread voter fraud.
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