Central Lake resident files suit against county over voting

Chris Dobrowolski

CENTRAL LAKE — Bill Bailey, a Central Lake resident, has filed a lawsuit against Antrim County for voting fraud in the Nov. 3 general election, saying he has evidence to prove his point.

Bailey, in a statement he released over the weekend, says voting fraud may have happened in the county via the Dominion Voting Systems and other electronic voting equipment used by the county.

Because of the lawsuit Bailey could not provide much detail about the information he has, but he indicated that evidence he has obtained shows voting in the county may have been compromised.

“I do have evidence that you don’t know about, that you haven’t seen,” said Bailey on Tuesday. “I can’t go beyond that. It will be introduced into my case. My attorney’s working on it now. Everybody wants the same thing I want, it doesn’t matter — Democrat, Libertarian, Republican — we’ve got to know we can trust our electoral process. It’s really that simple.

“I can tell you I have evidence that points to a pretty serious issue.”

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