Kristina Karamo, a Republican candidate for Secretary of State from Michigan, laughs with the crowd during her speech with them before former President Donald Trump's speech at the Macomb Community College, Sports and Expo Center in Warren on Saturday, October 1 2022.

Judge dismisses Kristina Karamo lawsuit targeting absentee Detroit voters

In a scathing opinion issued the day before the midterm elections, Wayne County Circuit Court Judge Timothy Kenny on Monday denied a request from Kristina Karamo – the Republican vying to become the next Chief Electoral Officer of the Michigan – to expand election observers’ access to counting Detroit’s mail-in ballots. and subjects Detroit voters and election officials to a different set of rules than the rest of the state.

In his order on Monday, Kenny dismissed the lawsuit, which was filed less than two weeks before the midterm elections and originally asked the court to stop counting mail-in ballots for the November 8 election no demanded in person by Detroit voters.

“The plaintiffs have raised a false flag of election law violations and corruption regarding Detroit’s proceedings for the November 8 election,” Kenny wrote in his opinion. “The decision of this Court removes this flag.”

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