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Judge allows release of report on Antrim County voting machines


BELLAIRE — Voters will have a chance to review a report generated by a recent examination of Antrim County’s voting machines, after a judge vacated his order requiring the results be kept private.

Attorneys from the Michigan Attorney General’s office — representing Michigan’s Secretary of State — agreed the information should be released, so long as any proprietary source code from Dominion voting machine software is redacted and the Secretary of State be allowed to rebut the report’s contents.

Arguments over whether to make the information public took place Monday morning in front of 13th Circuit Court Chief Judge Kevin A. Elsenheimer, during an abruptly-scheduled remote hearing.


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