LANSING, MI — A secretary of state candidate in Michigan visits the Arizona audit in hopes they will replicate it in her state. One America’s Christina Bobb has more.
“Great talking with @christina_bobb about touring the Arizona audit. I’m confident our legislators will honor the oath they swore to the Michigan Constitution. They’ll be receiving our affidavits,” Kristina Karamo said.
“Securing chain of custody requires securing all election system related data as it flows through the voting systems along with ballot paper, printing, transportation, and processing – doing so is a matter of state and national security,” Karamo said. “America’s foreign and domestic enemies undoubtedly target our vulnerable election systems to accomplish through election fraud what cannot be accomplished through military action. Per the defense.gov website, the Department of Defense (DoD) budget is $705 billion, as required to protect America from foreign enemies. Simultaneously, election systems under Michigan law are not required to enforce ballot chain of custody procedures as necessary to ensure election security – placing our state and nation at risk.”
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