Data Researcher Claims Almost 10,000 Dead People Voted In Michigan

The introduction of mail-in ballots in the 2020 election has led to claims of voter fraud in multiple states.

In Michigan, one data researcher is now claiming that over 9.500 dead people voted in the election.

This cannot stand. As long as this continues, the American people will not trust the results of our elections.

The Epoch Times reports:

Dead People Cast Ballots in Michigan, Data Researcher Alleges

About 9,500 voters whose names and dates of birth (DOB) match death records in the Social Security Death Index (SSDI) are marked in the Michigan mail voting database as having returned ballots, according to an analysis of the state’s election data conducted by a data researcher.

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The SSDI match is not a definitive proof that the voter is dead. It’s “quite common” for two people to share the same name and DOB, according to Logan Churchwell, spokesman for the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF), a right-leaning election watchdog not associated with the analysis.

“Those matching datasets are only starting points for further research. You must validate identity by looking at Social Security and credit bureau data to determine that’s the same person,” Churchwell told The Epoch Times via email. “We find generally that regardless of sample size, roughly 10 percent of name and DOB matches will pass all validation tests thereafter.”

Another nearly 2,000 names in the analysis are voters 100 years old or more and aren’t listed as known living centenarians.

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This issue must be addressed and Republicans should lead the effort.

This affects every single American and it must not be tolerated.



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