Concerning reports have filtered in from around the country concerning election day problems. The latest involves a precinct not far from Flint in Genesee County, Michigan.
The Genesee County Sheriff’s Office closed a polling precinct around 1:30 Tuesday. Linden Police Chief Scott Sutter said Faith Baptist Church of Linden was shut down as a precautionary measure after the report of a suspicious package at the church came in.

Linden City residents intending to vote in person during the Tuesday, August 2 Primary Election were greeted by police and told they could vote absentee if they wanted and would need to travel about a mile away to Linden City Hall. Genessee’s Sheriff’s office brought in bomb-sniffing dogs, and the Michigan State Police Bomb Squad arrived a few hours later.
More details have not yet been provided.

Michigan has a hotly contested Republican Governor’s Primary being decided today. The race has drawn much national attention, from 5 candidates being disqualified earlier this summer after signature problems to candidate Ryan Kelly being arrested for his involvement in attending the January 6 rally in D.C.

Ryan Kelly speaking out on vaccine mandates.

Michigan GOP’s Chairman Ron Weiser encouraged Michigan citizens to get out and vote, reminding them that the Democrats have been messing with their primary elections and that they need to replace Gov. Gretchen Whitmer with someone who will help Michigan.

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