Michigan’s Elections Bureau To Investigate Significant Ballot Discrepancies In Detroit Precincts

Michigan’s Elections Bureau will investigate big discrepancies in Detroit’s voting precincts.

In one precinct, 300 people were recorded as voting but only 50 ballots were in a sealed container.

The state says they’re aware of mismatches at about 20 of Detroit’s 490 precincts and it’s not uncommon for there to be slight inconsistencies.

State spokesman Fred Woodhams says the problems wouldn’t have changed the outcome of Trump’s victory in Michigan.

Hillary Clinton won 95 percent of Detroit’s vote.

The ballots will now go to Lansing for inspection 

Wisconsin finished its recount Monday, with Trump actually picking up an additional 130 votes.

And more than a month later, Pennsylvania has certified Trump as the winner in the state.