密歇根州应推迟选举证书, 共和党参议院候选人说

密歇根州应推迟选举证书, 共和党参议院候选人说

密西根州’s Board of State Canvassers should delay Monday’s planned certification of the state’s Nov. 3 选举 结果, a prominent state Republican said Friday.

约翰·詹姆斯, the GOP candidate who competed in the state’s 我们. Senate race earlier this month – but has not yet conceded to Democratic incumbent Sen. Gary Peters – made the request to the four member canvasser board, according to the Detroit Free Press.

“I submit this request because I am interested in the truth and protecting the integrity of our elections,” James wrote to the board, 根据报纸. “Sometimes the truth takes time to surface, and it’s rarely easy to get to.

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The panel, composed of two Republicans and two Democrats, is set to meet Monday to certify the state’s presidential election results, which showed Democrat Joe Biden defeating President Trump by about 155,000 票数, according to the Fox News Decision Desk.

In a letter to the board, James calls for a two-week delay “to fully audit the election results,” the Free Press reported.

Unofficial results show James trailing Peters in the Senate race by about 92,000 票数, the newspaper reported.

Norm Shinkle, a Republican member of the canvassers board, has said he is leaning toward a delay request, 报告说.

Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson audits of the voting are planned for after certification takes place – because certification is required to grant officials access to the documents.

本森, 民主党人, claimed no credible fraud allegations have been presented in the state to justify the canvasser board delaying certification.

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星期四, the Trump 2020 Campaign withdrew a lawsuit challenging election results in Wayne County, Mich., 其中包括底特律, claiming the goal of preventing the county’s results from being certified prematurely had been achieved.

The county’s board certified its election results Tuesday.

在周五, two Republican leaders in Michigan – state Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey and state Speaker of the House Lee Chatfield – met with President Trump at the White House and said they had not seen any evidence that would “change the outcome of the election” in Michigan but would continue a thorough review of the elections process.

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