Critical Analysis of the November 2020 Michigan Election - Report 1: A Sample Canvass - The Michigan Legislature


Summary / Background

A canvass can be defined as an examination, a survey or a poll. Hundreds of volunteers in Michigan have been canvassing their communities across the State to confirm whether the qualified voter file (QVF) – the official record of the Michigan election - was a true and accurate representation of the November 03, 2020 election.

While we are determined to share all of the results of our canvass/research project of the Qualified Vote File (QVF) with all of our Michigan citizens, we thought it best to start with a small, but highly relevant and somewhat disturbing sample report. We are and will always be dedicated to a geographically diverse sample. Our reporting sought to represent differing parties, however this was difficult to define in a State without party designation in its voter files. Finally, we demanded relevance.

After some deliberation, Election Integrity Force has chosen an analysis of the Michigan legislature’s voting records for its first canvass report. Our review was conducted utilizing the 12/31/2020 Qualified Voter File (QVF). Our review was limited to the method a member voted in each of the last five (5) November elections (November of 2012 to November of 2020). The results follow.


The Legislative Branch

Michigan’s legislature consists of two chambers. The upper chamber, the Michigan Senate, has 38 seats – all occupied. The lower chamber, the Michigan House, has 110 seats. Four of the current House seats are vacant, therefore, our sample size is 144 which is all 38 occupied Senate seats and the 106 occupied House seats.


Lost/Disappeared Legislative Voters

Three Michigan state level legislators – all Republicans – have no vote recorded in the 11/2020 election. We believe that it is highly unlikely (if not almost impossible) that these three individual legislators did not vote in this particularly pivotal election, so we have labeled their records as lost/disappeared votes. The individuals of note are from three (3) different counties suggesting disturbingly widespread lost/disappeared voter issues. These three lost/disappeared votes across the legislature represent 2.08 percent of the total legislature. See the table below for the lost legislative votes.

This lost/disappeared vote issue is certainly not unique to the legislature of Michigan. Kristina Karamo, a current candidate for the office of Secretary of State - and a Republican – was shocked to recently discover that she too has a lost/disappeared vote from the 11/2020 election. Election Integrity Force is finding similarly missing votes among citizen voters from across the entire state.

Note that Joe Biden’s purported margin of victory in Michigan is being listed as 2.78 percent. This singular issue of the lost/disappeared vote, that is only one of many issues with the 11/2020 election, represents 2.08 percent of our sample canvass. We recognize that our sample size is limited to 144 persons, but it can not be argued that it is a representation across the state.

Given the many other issues of irregularities that continue to be exposed, we are convinced that a formal investigation of the 11/2020 remains imperative.

We encourage voters to go to (provided by Coalition for a Free America) to see if they are among the many lost/disappeared voters of our State.


Disappearing Voter History

In addition to the Qualified Voter File (QVF) being the official record of Michigan election results, the QVF is also the source of valid voter history in the State of Michigan. By law, the Secretary of State is tasked to maintain voter history for at least five (5) years for all Michigan voters. Yet, as this report details our multi-election canvass of only the Michigan legislators voting history, we identified a shocking number of thirty-five (35) legislators where it appears that their voter history is missing! This potentially represents an unacceptable level of incompetence at best and/or malfeasance at worst that cannot continue to be left unattended.

As you can see, these thirty-five (35) legislators with Disappearing Voter History from across our sample size represents a whopping 24.3 percent of the total legislature.

We further documented that some of the disappeared voter history was restored in an updated version of the Qualified Voter File (QVF) dated April of 2021 - but none of the 11/2020 lost/disappeared votes were restored in that updated version of the QVF. So, the glaring question that must be asked is, “Why should a static voter history for 24.3 percent of the Michigan state legislature – and potentially millions of Michigan voters suddenly vanish?”

The totally unacceptable answer appears to be that perhaps history is not as static as one would think it is. This question will be examined in further detail in a later report.

Table of a list of the likely legislators with disappearing voting history can be found in the full PDF report here.


The Safest Most Secure Election Ever?

Many of our elected officials would like us to believe that the November 2020 election was the safest most secure election ever. Our response to that seemingly shortsighted and potentially biased opinion is: “How can that be?” In just our small sample, we have shown unacceptable examples of lost/disappeared votes and missing voting history. We have yet to expose the details of assessing the legislators’ voting method and we have yet to look at issues of potential ghost voters and/or ghost registrants at legislators’ residences, instances that we have proof existed in other voting populations across the State of Michigan.

We have much more evidentiary data to share over the ensuing months and we certainly intend to share it across multiple platforms; however, in the meanwhile we would sincerely encourage Senator Edward McBroom and the Michigan State senate oversight committee to dust off their June 2021 report and take a serious second look among their legislative peers to see if they can now find anything additionally suspect in the November 2020 election that might warrant a true, independent investigation into election fraud. These culpable senators may choose, once again, not to look into these significant issues of election fraud but we assure you that we have looked, and we will continue to conduct the due diligence that we believe is lacking from the persons elected and/or appointed to protect and defend our constitution and our God-given rights to trusted and transparent elections. Stay tuned for more.

The full PDF version of this report can be downloaded here.

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