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Michigan State police continue investigation into possible voting machine tampering

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The Michigan State Police are expanding their investigation into alleged voting machine tampering after the 2020 election.

There are allegations that a third party gained unauthorized access to voting equipment after the 2020 election. M-Live reports that the police have added at least one new county to the investigation, which began in February when Secretary of State Benson asked Attorney General Nessel to look into accusations in Roscommon County.

An MSP Spokesperson says the probe has nothing to do with the results of the election.


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