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No traces of voter fraud found in Michigan's most immigrant-dense counties to support Trump's illegal voting claims, study shows

A new study of Michigan's most heavily immigrant counties found no evidence to support President Trump's wild assertion that three to five million people voted illegally last November.

The analysis by Anderson Economic Group in East Lansing found that if the President's conjecture were true, Michigan's hypothetical share of the alleged fraudulent votes would have been about 250,000.

“We found no fraud in Michigan after looking at the top ten counties with the largest immigrant populations,” Anderson's CEO Patrick Anderson told the Daily News Friday.

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