MI Senate Oversight Committee Releases Report On 2020 Election

On Wednesday, the Michigan Senate Oversight Committee announced they did not find any evidence of widespread voter fraud in the 2020 election.

Republican Chairman Ed McBroom from Waucedah Township says the investigation was important after changes to elections laws, especially with the pandemic.

They started the investigation just days after the election was over.

The committee conducted 30 hours of public hearings, reviewed more than 400 pages of testimony, and subpoenaed key documents from the Secretary of State.

They looked into issues like tabulating votes and misreported results in Antrim County.

McBroom says after the investigation he is “confident in asserting that the results of the November 2020 General Election in Michigan were accurately represented by the certified and audited results.”

While the committee did not find evidence of voter fraud, they do say there are weaknesses in the system they would like to address.