Two leading GOP Governor Candidates Filed Fraudulent Signatures
The four-member Board of State Canvassers will meet today to consider the findings of fraud across five gubernatorial campaigns...
Earlier this week, the Michigan Elections Bureau indicated that five Republican candidates for governor failed to file enough valid nominating signatures.
The recommendation of suspending their august race transformed the state in terms of politics and has given a major hit to Detroit Police Chief James Craig, who has led in the polls, and Perry Johnson, who has spent millions of his own money to run.
The four-member Board of State Canvassers will meet today to consider the findings of fraud across five gubernatorial campaigns. It is being rumored that the Republican candidates involved will most likely end up in court if they do not make the ballot.
Three of the lesser-known candidates have not turned in enough valid signatures as well. If the canvassers agree to the recommendations of not having these GOP members on the ballot, the 10-person obstacle will be cut to just five.
Those qualifying for the ballot would be:
Dixon, a former conservative TV news host
Garrett Soldano, a chiropractor, and grassroots activist
Kevin Rinke, a wealthy self-funding businessman
Ryan Kelley, a real estate broker and anti-coronavirus lockdown activist Ryan Kelley
Ralph Rebandt, a pastor
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