In what may herald the ultimate outcome of the 2020 presidential election, a Michigan Republican went from losing his re-election to winning after election officials admitted there was a “technical glitch.”
Representative Adam Kochenderfer went to bed thinking he had lost his seat on the 21-member Council of Commissioners by just 104 votes, but state officials later admitted that seven constituency results from a county had been counted twice, presumably for his Democratic challenger.
When the results were recounted for Oakland Co., Kochenderfer actually won his re-election by over 1,100 votes.
“While I am grateful for the result, we should do a thorough review of our system to prevent this from happening again,” Kochenderfer said.
Doing the damage check, Democratic county officials urged voters to have “confidence” in the system because the corrected error “proved” that their “check and balance process” was working, but the error would not have been correct. not had to happen in the first place, and it sounds more like something they would say to challenge the idea that Michigan was stolen from Donald Trump because of electoral fraud.
Why not admit an incorrect tally in a local race that doesn’t affect the country’s balance of power, especially if they can spin it around to pose as the saviors?
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