resident Donald Trump’s reelection campaign announced that it will file a lawsuit on Nov. 10 which will allege pervasive election irregularities and violations in Michigan
’s Wayne County and seeks a review of the Dominion Voting software which caused glitches in several states.
Trump campaign general counsel Matt Morgan said the lawsuit (pdf) was set to be filed on Tuesday evening in the U.S. District Court in the Western District of Michigan. The lawsuit will include 100 sworn witness affidavits, each alleging multiple violations of the state’s election law.
The lawsuit will seek “to determine the accuracy of the tabulating equipment or software used in Michigan because there have been reports of inaccuracies in those tabulations,” Morgan said.
Both Dominion and the Michigan Secretary of State have disputed an allegation made by Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel and other GOP officials which said that a glitch in the Dominion software switched 6,000 GOP votes to Democrats. Dominion software is used in 47 Michigan counties. Issues with the Dominion software were also reported in three counties in Georgia.
“70-and-a-half million people voted for President Trump and he owes it to them because they deserve to know and have confidence in the fact that we have free, fair, safe and secure elections. And who else deserves knowledge in safe and secure elections? Everybody who voted for Joe Biden as well. Every American needs to be able to trust in the security of our elections,” Trump campaign spokesman Tim Murtaugh said.
The Office of the Michigan Secretary of State did not respond to a request for comment.