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House Democrats refute challenges to 2020 presidential election

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Michigan’s Democratic Congressional Delegation is set to refute any challenge to the state’s presidential election. Making baseless allegations of fraud, a group of Trump-loyal Republicans are attempting to overturn the acceptance of the Electoral College vote.

Congressman Dan Kildee says it was a fair election and that's not just his take on it.

“Michigan leaders in the state legislature including Lee Chatfield and Mike Shirkey – virtually all of these leaders who supported President Trump’s campaign have all said there is no credible evidence of voter fraud.”

Fighting the results of the Electoral College isn’t universal among Republicans in Michigan. Congressmen Fred Upton, Peter Meijer and Bill Huizenga are against the effort, while Representatives Tim Walberg, Jack Bergman and Lisa McClain all want Joe Biden’s clear win in Michigan nullified, though not the results of their own elections.

If the state’s election results are challenged by a Senator, Michigan Democrats will be given 5 minutes to rebut the unsubstantiated claims.