While ballots are cast today in the general election, a former candidate in Detroit continues to protest the last one.
A three-judge panel from the Michigan Court of Appeals will convene a hearing Tuesday morning to consider a claim by a former Detroit mayoral candidate. Tom Barrow, who lost to Dave Bing in the last election, contends there were thousands of examples of vote tampering. He claims only one person can change the results.
“I have very strong suspicions and I have an idea who the one person is and I think they know we know who they are, which is why the last election, they didn’t have the results until three in the morning, when every other time they’ve had it at 10 in the evening because they know that we know how they’re doing what they do,” Barrow said.
The hearing is being held on the 14th floor of the State of Michigan’s Cadillac Place on West Grand Blvd. It is open to the public.
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