Initial results from an ongoing review of Michigan voting data by Anderson Economic Group of East Lansing is consistent with the firm’s previous analysis debunking fraud “conspiracy theories” perpetuated by Stein and others, CEO Patrick Anderson told The Detroit News.
Trump won the Electoral College but lost the national popular vote to Clinton by about 2.8 million votes. He has reportedly pinned the loss on illegal votes from 3 million to 5 million undocumented immigrants. Federal law generally prohibits non-citizens from voting.
Spread proportionally across the states, it would mean Clinton received about 250,000 fraudulent votes in Michigan, Anderson said, and “there sure doesn’t seem to be any evidence of that.” But he noted AEG is still examining data sets. The firm is expected to complete a report by the end of the week.