Michigan State Police are widening their investigation into potential security breaches at voting machines following the 2020 presidential election.
Police on Friday seized a voting machine tabulator in Irving Township, southeast of Grand Rapids, CNN reports. That follows a report that an unnamed third party was allowed to access vote tabulator components and technology in Roscommon County.
Additional counties are part of the investigation, an MSP official told the cable network. All of the breaches are said to have occured after voting was complete.