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Michigan SecState issues order to destroy election data


National FileIt what can only be seen as an effort to keep the facts from coming to light in the face of problematic issues with Michigan’s 2020 General Election process, a memo has been issued from Michigan’s Secretary of State to destroy data.

The Michigan State Republican Party Friday sounded an alarm about an ethically questionable memo authorized by Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson that “is pushing for the mass deletion of election data.”

Michigan Republican Party Chairman Laura Cox in a statement Friday, said that Benson’s office issued orders to clerks in Michigan counties to “delete Electronic Poll Book software and associated files” even as calls to audit the election persist.

Why the rush? This data should be preserved. There's no reason to destroy it.

This entry was published Mon Dec 07 08:09:39 CST 2020 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2020-12-07 08:09:39.0. [Tweet]

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