A Michigan State Police report, uncovered by The Gateway Pundit, reveals that a task force investigation from local police and the attorney general was notified regarding a noticeable amount of “voting irregularities in voter registration applications received both in person and by mail.”
The outlet reported that a month before the 2020 general election in Muskegon, Michigan, City Clerk Ann Meisch noticed a female who allegedly dropped off thousands of completed voter registration applications. Shortly after, the Muskegon Police Department was contacted and asked to investigate.
“On 10/16/20 Muskegon City Clerk Ann Meisch and Deputy Clerk Kimberly Young contacted the Muskegon Police Department after noticing irregularities in voter registration applications received both in person and by mail,” the police report stated, according to The Gateway Pundit.
The report continued, “The Muskegon city clerk became suspicious when the female, (whose name is redacted in the first part of the police report, but then later, is unredacted), hand-delivered thousands of voter registrations to her office, many of them in the same handwriting.”
According to the obtained state police report, both the attorney general’s office and the Michigan State Police joined the investigation.
The report states that Meisch estimated that the alleged, suspected female brought in an additional “2,500 forms,” which she believed a quantity of them “were highly suspicious and possibly fraudulent” due to “erroneous” phone numbers and “multiple” unmatching signatures.
“Meisch’s opinion was based on the fact that numerous forms appeared to have been completed by the same writer and upon initial examination, addresses on multiple forms were invalid or non-existent,” the police report stated, according to The Gateway Pundit.
Moreover, the report added, “Meisch investigated further and found that phone numbers on multiple forms were erroneous and signatures on multiple forms didn’t appear to match signatures on file with the Department of Secretary of State. Examples included an address in the and another in the [REDACTED].”
A previous report, according to 13 On Your Sid, highlighted the police investigation in 2020 after the office had noted hundreds of irregularities, however, none of them resulted in ballots being sent out incorrectly.