The office of Dana Nessel, Michigan’s Attorney General, found attempts to persuade local clerks in three counties to hand over election equipment. This article by Nick Corasaniti, Alan Feuer And Alexandra Berzon, is published by. Here is an excerpt:
In early 2021, with the turmoil of a bitterly contested presidential contest still fresh, several election clerks in Michigan received strange phone calls.
The person on the other end was a Republican state representative who told them their election equipment was needed for an investigation, according to documents from the Michigan attorney general’s office.
They obliged. Soon, the machines were being picked apart in hotels and Airbnb rentals in Oakland County, outside Detroit, by conservative activists hunting for what they believed was proof of fraud, the documents said. Weeks later, after the equipment was returned in handoffs in highway car-pool lots and shopping malls, the clerks found that it had been tampered with, and in some cases, damaged.
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