Michigan Expands Investigation into Voting System Breaches by Trump Supporters [REPORT]

Dominion Voting System
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Michigan is expanding its investigation into former President Donald Trump’s supporters who tried to gain or gained unauthorized access to the state’s voting systems.

According to a report by Reuters, over the past six weeks, the Michigan State Police obtained warrants to confiscate voting equipment and election records in several towns and counties.

Michigan launched its investigation in mid-February after Republican officials and pro-Trump activists breached the local voting systems in the state. Their intention was to prove the former president’s debunked claims of widespread fraud in the 2020 presidential election.

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As part of its investigation, state officials seized voting machines, poll books, phone records, and data storage devices, according to Reuters based on the search warrants, and investigators’ memos.

The search warrants authorized the state police to seize and investigate potential breaches or attempts of unauthorized access to the voting machines in Lake Township in Missaukee County, Irving Township in Barry County, and Richfield Township in Roscommon County.