Election Audit Reveals Irregularities for 1 in 14 Mail-In Votes Cast.

An audit of mail-in ballots cast in Montana for the 2020 presidential election reveals a host of irregularities including evidence that “one or several persons may have filled out and submitted multiple ballots” and the failure of a county elections office to provide video footage of vote-counting.  “The story at hand begins during the pandemic summer of 2020, when the then-governor, Democrat Steve Bullock, issued a directive permitting counties to conduct the general election fully by mail,” John Lott, a noted crime and gun researcher, begins. Lott, also a Senior Adviser for Research and Statistics at the Office of Justice

Michigan Launches Audit Of 20,000 Randomly Selected Ballots

Michigan is conducting a two-week risk-limiting audit using over 18,000 randomly drawn ballots from across the state.  On January 12th, Michigan’s Department of State live-streamed the rolling of 20, 10-sided dice used to generate numbers that correspond to ballots from all of Michigan’s counties. Republican and Democratic Clerks will now review the nearly 20,000 ballots selected from the system explained above, including a hand-review of paper ballots to determine “whether they match the machine-tabulated results.” READ MORE HERE.