Michigan Association of County Clerks Reaffirms 2020 Election Results
The Michigan Association of County Clerks has released a statement calling on voters to recognize the results of the 2020 election.
The bipartisan group says that any incorrect results, like those in Antrim County, were the result of human error and were corrected.
They say that Antrim County Clerk Sheryl Guy and her office did nothing wrong on purpose. Instead, the MACC says the mistakes that were caught prove “the system worked.”
The election results were certified by the Antrim County Board of Canvassers on Nov. 8, 2020, and a hand recount was done on Dec. 17.
The MACC says that recount provided “strong empirical evidence” that no significant errors were found.
There has been continued concern about fraud in the November 2020 election despite numerous recounts and investigations.
The MACC says their findings match those of the bipartisan Michigan State Senate Oversight Committee, which also found no evidence of widespread voter fraud.