Michigan Election Officials Speak Out

The two Repub­li­cans on Michigan’s Wayne Coun­ty Board of Can­vassers appeared on Fox News’ “The Ingra­ham Angle” on Thurs­day to dis­cuss coun­ty bal­lot dis­crep­an­cies and what they described as a pub­lic bul­ly­ing cam­paign that fol­lowed a brief dead­lock to cer­ti­fy the vote.

Mon­i­ca Pow­ell and William C. Hart­mann said they reluc­tant­ly found them­selves in the nation­al spot­light ear­li­er this week after they refused to cer­ti­fy bal­lots in Michigan’s most pop­u­lous coun­ty, which includes Detroit. They said in an affi­davit that they observed about 71% of Detroit’s 134 Absent Count­ing Boards “were left unbal­anced and unexplained.”

But what hap­pened after the dead­lock seemed to eclipse the news of the stale­mate. Pow­ell and Hart­mann said Democ­rats called them racists, accus­ing them of refus­ing to accept bal­lots from pre­dom­i­nate­ly African-Amer­i­can com­mu­ni­ties in an alleged effort to sup­press the vote. Both have denied the accusations.

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