Three Ex-Michigan Governors Say State Should Certify Election Today

November 23, 2020, 9:01 AM

Gov. Rick Snyder talks to the media. (Deadline Detroit file photo)

The eyes of the nation are on Michigan, which is scheduled to vote Monday on certifying the 2020 election results.

Three former governors of Michigan, including two Republicans, said Friday that the Board of State Canvassers should certify Democrat Joe Biden as the winner, Bridge Magazine reports.

Republican John Engler (1991-2003), Democrat Jennifer Granholm (2003-11) and Republican Rick Snyder (2011-18), told Bridge Michigan they expect the four-member board to certify the election on Monday. 

Trump didn’t win, Engler tells Bridge.

“They should do their job, which is to vote to certify,” said Snyder, who endorsed Biden. “If you look at the results from this election, this appears to have even fewer errors than the last presidential election that got certified. It’s time for them to do their job.”

“It is really important for the members of these boards to realize that they have a duty, and never before in the history of the United States has a county or a state failed to certify an election when the popular vote was clear,” Granholm said. 


Read more:  Bridge Magazine

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