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🚂 The Election Audit Train Is Steamrolling Towards Michigan

A bill introduced Tuesday in the Michigan House would create a bipartisan audit board to review the 2020 election “and identify corrective action to improve” the state’s voting processes.

“A thorough, bipartisan review will help us identify what works, what doesn’t, and how to make our elections secure and accessible for every Michigan voter,” state Rep. Steve Carra (R) said, who authored the bill.

“I know my colleagues on both sides of the aisle care about secure elections that the voters can trust; my plan will help ensure Michigan elections are fair, honest, and accurate.”

House Bill 5091 would create the bipartisan audit board, which would then contract with an “impartial, nonpartisan corporation to conduct a forensic audit of the 2020 general election.”

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