Rows of ballot boxes from Ingham County containing wait to be opened and recounted.
The attorney for Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein says a state inquiry into ballot irregularities shouldn’t focus strictly on problems in Detroit.
Michigan’s presidential ballot recount is over unless the state Supreme Court steps in.
Green P arty candidate Jill Stein is appealing a lower court ruling to stop the recount of votes cast in the presidential election to the Michigan Supreme Court.
Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein’s campaign is asking two Michigan Supreme Court justices to refrain from making decisions on the legal challenge to the statewide ballot recount. That’s because they’ve been named by President-elect Donald Trump as potential nominees to the US Supreme Court.
Example of a voting machine in Michigan.
Plans to move ahead with a ballot recount in Michigan are on hold. The state Republican Party and President-elect Donald Trump’s campaign have filed an objection to the recount request by Green Party nominee Jill Stein. A state elections board meets tomorrow morning to consider the objection.
Fred Woodhams is with state Bureau of Elections. Continue reading
A request to recount four-point-nine (m) million paper ballots has been filed with state Bureau of Elections. The petition was filed by the campaign of Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein. She won just over one percent of the vote on November eighth.
Green Party Presidential Candidate Jill Stein is expected to file for a ballot recount sometime before Wednesday afternoon’s deadline.
That will give county clerks a little more than a week to recount the four point eight million votes cast in Michigan.