Antrim County Commissioners voted unanimously to keep Dominion voting machines “on ice” and hand count all ballots cast in the upcoming May 4 primary, which some officials acknowledged may defy state law. Antrim County Clerk Sheryl Guy had requested $5,080 to hire consultants to prepare the Dominion machines for the primary election, stating a Dec. 6 forensic examination had rendered them unfit for use. “We are left with equipment not ‘certified for use’ as required by the Secretary of State,” Guy said in an action request to the commission on Thursday. Mardi Link, Traverse City Record-Eagle.
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