Tabulator Testimony Shows Precinct Ballots in Wayne County Michigan Might be Counted Twice

Were some of the precinct ballots in Wayne county Michigan counted twice?

The county showed mismatches between poll book records and ballot tally. The board of canvassers first refused to certify the election results but then reversed its decision. What really happened? Is there a problem with Wayne county’s ballot counting? We need to get to the bottom of this before people can accept the county’s decision. In this episode, Simone interviewed two people. Wilma Butler worked as a tabulator at the TCF center in Detroit. She had a first hand account of what she actually counted at the counting board. I also interviewed Sandy Groth, a retired deputy clerk in Michigan who explained the election laws in the state. Simone’s interview with Ms. Butler comes with two parts. The second part is about her experience with the Republican poll challengers that she disagreed with. I will put the second part of her interview in our other programs. Today, we will show the first part of this interview.

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