On Monday, Michigan electoral officials witnessed Joe Biden’s victory in the state with 154,000 votes more than his rival President Trump.
Members of the state election commission, which includes two Republicans and two Democrats, confirmed the results of the presidential election. 3 members of the commission voted for this, and one abstained.
Trump allies and John James, who fought for a Senate seat from the Republican Party, called on the commission to postpone the vote by two weeks to conduct an audit of votes in Wayne County, which includes Detroit.
Under Michigan law, Biden claims all 16 electoral votes. Biden beat the incumbent by 2.8% – more than other states where Trump disputes the results – Georgia, Arizona, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania.