Detroit’s Major Newspaper Calls on Michigan to Certify Election Results Now, as State GOP Pushes for Delay
One of Michigan’s most prominent newspapers has called on the state’s Board of Canvassers to certify the election results, as the state’s Republicans continue to push for delays without providing any evidence of widespread fraud.
Laura Cox, the chair of the Michigan Republican Party, and Ronna McDaniel, the chair of the Republican National Committee, sent a letter Saturday to the Michigan’s State Board of Canvassers to “adjourn for 14 days” to allow an audit of Wayne County’s election results. Despite multiple lawsuits and claims from President Donald Trump’s campaign alleging widespread fraud in Michigan and Wayne County, no evidence has emerged.
“Enough, already. The fanciful conspiracy theories have been debunked,” the editorial board of the Detroit Free Press