Michigan election investigation 'has only begun,' state Senate leader says

LANSING, Mich. — The Michigan Legislature’s review of the presidential election will continue “well into 2021,” according to Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey, with Republicans planning to examine state laws on photo identification and early processing of ballots. The top GOP senator in a battleground state, Shirkey, R-Clarklake, listed election oversight among his highest priorities for the new year. And lawmakers are prepared to issue more subpoenas to get to the bottom of their questions, he said. “Our list of things that we believe require review and oversight continues to grow,” Shirkey…

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