320 000 ‘Ghost Voters’ Found in Michigan Ahead of November Elections

320,000 ‘Ghost Voters’ Found in Michigan Ahead of November Elections

A bombshell new report has revealed that the Democrat-controlled state of Michigan has a staggering 320,000 “ghost voters” registered ahead of the November elections.

Ghost voters are shadows who linger on the voter rolls after their original registrants have moved on.

Often, the original registrants relocated out of state died.

In addition, some of the ghost voters were automatically re-registered with a duplicate identification number.

Many are automatically re-registered due to Michigan’s new automatic voter registration law

The issue raising serious concerns about voter integrity as the critical November elections draw near.

Michigan in particular was heavily scrutinized over its handling of the last presidential race in 202o.

Michigan’s voter rolls are the responsibility of Goerge Soros-backed Democrat Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson

According to a report from the Gateway Pundit, votes were being processed at the TCF Center by election workers.

However, the voters’ names didn’t appear in the electronic poll books or supplemental poll books.

During the 2020 race, poll challengers had no way of knowing if they were watching votes being cast by dead or imaginary voters.

The voter rolls were so over-bloated that it was impossible for them to check for the legitimacy of the so-called 150,000 “voters” who pushed Democrat President Joe Biden to an alleged victory in the must-win state of Michigan.

In September 2020, Benson revealed that 500,000 of the 7.7 million unsolicited absentee ballot applications had been returned between May and August.

The Democrat MI Secretary of State told the Detroit News that she would perform voter list “maintenance” after the November 3 election.

She cited federal law prohibiting list maintenance 90 days before an election.

However, it raises concerns about the timing of Jocelyn Benson’s decision to mail the absentee ballot applications in May.

Was this a strategic move to exploit a loophole in federal law, preventing the removal of ineligible voters before the November election?

Such actions raise serious doubts about the integrity of the election process.

In June, conservative activist and Michigan Freedom Fund director Tony Daunt filed a lawsuit to force Benson to clean up the voter rolls.

Daunt claims that his lawsuit was why Benson was forced to remove 177,000 names from the Michigan voter rolls.

Why did Michigan’s Democrat SOS Jocelyn Benson only remove 177,000 names from her voter rolls when, in September, she reported that an estimated 500,000 of the 7.7 million unsolicited ballot applications were returned because the recipients had either died or moved?

In March, the newly appointed Republican National Committee (RNC) Chair Michael Whatley and Co-Chair Lara Trump promised to fight back against voter fraud in the upcoming election.

This effort started with a lawsuit against Benson that would force her to clean up her dirty voter rolls.

The lawsuit, filed on March 13, demands that Michigan officials fix the state’s voter registration rolls.

The lawsuit cites their failure to “live up” to the National Voter Registration Act’s requirement that demands voter registration rolls must be kept clean.