Michigan State Appeals Court Rejects Later Counting of Absentee Ballots, and Third Party Collection of Ballots

Detroit News:

A Michigan Court of Appeals panel has reversed a lower court ruling that would have required election officials to count late absentee ballots and allowed third parties to collect absentee ballots from voters.

The Court of Claims “abused its discretion” by granting injunctions that allowed for the lifting of those provisions, appellate Judges Thomas Cameron, Mark Boonstra and Michael Gadola ruled in a 3-0 opinion. Court of Claims Judge Cynthia Stephens made the ruling on Sept. 18

Cameron, Gadola and Boonstra were appointees of Republican former Gov. Rick Snyder.


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