What was the lawsuit that was filed in Michigan?

What was the lawsuit that was filed in Michigan?

The Thomas More society’s Amistad Project filed a lawsuit early in the morning on Thanksgiving Day petitioning Michigan’s Supreme Court to stop Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson from certifying the 2020 election results.

How many ballots were illegally counted in Michigan?

The Amistad Project’s lawsuit alleges that Michigan election officials illegally counted or rejected no fewer than 508,016 ballots. This number far exceeds Democrat presidential hopeful Joe Biden’s 154,000-vote margin over President Trump.

Is the Amistad project suing the state of Michigan?

BREAKING: Amistad Project sues in Michigan, allege state “circumvented the explicit intent of the Michigan Legislature, which established an absentee ballot process designed to minimize the risk of fraud.” Read more on Michigan @JustTheNews @RealAmVoice: https://t.co/YcK977MwiP pic.twitter.com/G2hkmfF42b

Why was Michigan House Speaker Lee Chatfield sued?

At a Wednesday news conference, Michigan House Speaker Lee Chatfield said the lawsuit was filed because Whitmer did not have the legal authority to extend the emergency declaration. “Only the Legislature has the power to extend the state of emergency,” Chatfield said.

How to claim against the state of Michigan?

In order to submit a claim denied by the Michigan Department of Transportation to the State Administrative Board, please send an email to: [email protected] indicating you would like to submit your claim to the State Administrative Board for consideration. For your convenience, you may cut and paste the following into the email:

Where can I find Michigan Court of claims?

Michigan Court of Claims. Information regarding the Court of Claims can be obtained at: http://courts.mi.gov/courts/coc/pages/default.aspx. Personal property loss reimbursements are based on present value and not replacement cost.

How to resolve DTMB claims against the state of Michigan?

Pursuant to MCL 600.6420, your Department Director may choose to resolve any employee’s claim of $500 or less, EXCEPT CLAIMS FOR EYEGLASSES, JEWELRY OVER $50, CASH OVER $100.00, AND PERSONAL VEHICLE CLAIMS. Refer to Administrative Guide 0620.07 for more information about claims made by State of Michigan Employees.