Michigan Senate Committee to Hold Hearing to Probe Vote Counting Issues In Detroit

A Michi­gan Sen­ate com­mit­tee will meet next week to review vote count­ing in Detroit, a move that comes after the Trump cam­paign announced that there would be leg­isla­tive hear­ings in mul­ti­ple bat­tle­ground states to probe elec­tion results and irregularities.

The Michi­gan Sen­ate Over­sight Com­mit­tee is sched­uled to meet on Dec. 1, with the agen­da indi­cat­ing that mem­bers will hear tes­ti­mo­ny about absen­tee bal­lot count­ing at Detroit’s TCF Cen­ter, the site of Elec­tion Day dra­ma and ensu­ing protests over what some alleged was a fraud­u­lent process.

Com­ment­ing on the hear­ing, spokes­woman for state Sen­ate Major­i­ty Leader Mike Shirkey (R‑Clarklake) told Detroit Free Press that the event was pre­vi­ous­ly planned and “is not at all relat­ed” to the Trump campaign’s elec­tion-relat­ed efforts in Michigan.

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