On Tuesday, Cheboygan County, MI commissioners voted to seek a hand recount of the 2020 presidential election. In their letter requesting an audit of the election, the commissioners asked for a hand recount to compare the number of presidential ballots to the vote tally in the electronic vote results.

Letter requesting an audit of 2020 Presidential Election by conducting the following by an accredited election auditor:

  1. Conduct a hand recount of the Cheboygan County presidential ballots and compare the results of that hand recount to the electronic vote results that were reported.
  2. Confirm the actual vote tally within Cheboygan County was accurately reported to the state election officials.
  3. Confirm whether the County’s Dominion vote tabulator and/or Election System and Software machine had a modem installed capable of connecting to the internet. In connection with this question, and more importantly, whether there is any evidence that the County’s Dominion vote tabulator and/or Election System and Software machine was actually in communication with any unauthorized computer actually manipulated the actual vote tally within Cheboygan County.

Cheboygan County is next door to Antrim County where 5,000 votes were switched from Trump to Biden in the November election.

As a way to silence her critics, who demanded answers about the Antrim County vote switch, Michigan’s dishonest Secretary of State ordered a “risk-limited audit” to be conducted in Antrim County.  According to Antrim County attorney Matthew DePerno, who attended the hand recount that was disguised as an audit of the vote, “Six officials from the Secretary of State’s office continuously walked around the room observing and correcting the counters who dared to stray from their objectives.”

Six months later, in a 4-3 decision, the Cheboygan County Board of Commissioners voted to send a letter to Jonathan Brater, Michigan’s Director of the Dept. of State Elections Bureau to formally request a hand recount of presidential election ballots. The letter outlines 3 items: 1). Whether the actual vote tally for the presidential election within Cheboygan County was accurately reported by the county’s Dominion vote tabulator and Election System and Software machine. 2). Whether the actual vote tally for the presidential election within Cheboygan County was accurately reported to the state election officials. 3). Whether the county’s Dominion vote tabulator and/or Election System and Software machine had a modem installed capable of connecting to the Internet.

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Here’s a copy of the letter signed by John B. Wallace, Chairperson of Cheboygan County Board of Commissioners :

June 22, 2021

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Jonathan Brater, Director
Michigan Department of State
Bureau of Elections
Richard H. Austin Building – First Floor 430 W. Allegan

Lansing, MI 48918

SUBJECT: Request by Cheboygan County Board of Commissioners for election audit under MCL 168.31a

Dear Mr. Brater:

I am writing to you on behalf of the Cheboygan County Board of Commissioners. As commissioners, we have heard from many of our constituents expressing concerns/questions related to the November 3, 2020 election. We believe we have a responsibility to address these concerns/questions. We are mindful of the legal requirement under MCL 168.31a to obtain your approval, as the representative of the Secretary of State, to conduct an election audit. Therefore, please accept this letter as the formal request of the Cheboygan County Board of Commissioners to conduct an audit of the November 3, 2020 election held within Cheboygan County, under the terms and conditions specified in this letter.

If your approval is granted, Cheboygan County will engage the services of an accredited election auditor such as from Pro V&V or Voting System Test Labs (“VSTLs”). If you would like input concerning the selection of the accredited election auditor, we would be happy to receive your input.

There are three areas of concern that the Board would like to have addressed in the election audit.

Jonathan Brater June 22, 2021 Page 2

  1. Whether the actual vote tally for the presidential election within Cheboygan County was accurately reported by the county’s Dominion vote tabulator and Election System and Software machine. We believe the best evidence of this accuracy is to conduct a hand recount of the Cheboygan County presidential election ballots and to compare the results of that hand recount to the electronic vote results that were reported.
  2. Whether the actual vote tally for the presidential election within Cheboygan County was accurately reported to the state election officials.
  3. Whether the county’s Dominion vote tabulator and/or Election System and Software machine had a modem installed capable of connecting to the Internet. In connection with this question, and more importantly, whether there is any evidence that the county’s Dominion vote tabulator and/or Election System and Software machine was actually in communication with any unauthorized computer and whether there is any evidence that any unauthorized computer actually manipulated the actual presidential election vote tally within Cheboygan County.

If you have any questions related to this matter, please do not hesitate to contact Jeffery B. Lawson, the Cheboygan County Administrator. His telephone number is (231) 627- 8857. Thank you for your consideration of our request.

Yours truly,

John B. Wallace, Chairperson
Cheboygan County Board of Commissioners

cc: Karen L. Brewster, Clerk (via email)

 

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