A Michigan judge denied a motion from a group of Republicans seeking to halt certification of the election results from Detroit and initiate an independent audit of the election.
Wayne County Judge Timothy Kenny on Friday called the plaintiffs’ claims “incorrect and not credible.”
The lawsuit itself cited several affidavits of individuals claiming that there was widespread election fraud at the TCF Center, which was used as the central location to tabulate absentee ballots in Wayne County, where Detroit is located. The defendants in the case also provided sworn affidavits from individuals who were at the center and said that the Republican accusations were unfounded.
“After analyzing the affidavits and briefs submitted by the parties, this Court concludes the Defendants offered a more accurate and persuasive explanation of activity within the Absent Voter Counting Board (AVCB) at the TCF Center,” Kenny ruled. (Read more from “Judge Rules Against GOP Lawsuit Claiming Election Misconduct” HERE)