Michigan State Police seizes voting machine in 2020 investigation

Michigan State Police seizes voting machine in 2020 investigation


State police raided a western Michigan township as part of an investigation into reports of unauthorized access to voting machines after the 2020 election.

One tabulator was seized in Irving Township on Friday, Barry County Clerk Pamela Palmer told CNN. Michigan State Police Lt. Derrick Carroll told WOOD-TV, an NBC affiliate, that the alleged breach had no effect on the 2020 election results. Palmer insisted the same.

In February, Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson asked the state’s attorney general and the state police to investigate reports of an “unnamed third party” gaining unauthorized access to voting technology in Roscommon County.

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Carroll told CNN the inquiry had expanded to more counties after being notified of other election systems breaches.

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