Click On Detroit reports:
In a statement Thursday, James said, “While Senator Peters is currently ahead, I have deep concerns that millions of Michiganders may have been disenfranchised by a dishonest few who cheat.”
James also said he will accept the results and the will of the people, “but at this time there is enough credible evidence to warrant an investigation to ensure that elections were conducted in a transparent, legal and fair manner.”
The John James campaign has not offered any evidence to support a claim of cheating or evidence to support any investigation. It’s also unclear what they’re hoping to investigate, specifically.
.@GaryPeters laughed out loud when asked what he makes of @JohnJamesMI campaign allegations of irregularities with election results. Peters says James needs to accept his loss. pic.twitter.com/2FejVhqBgo
— Malachi Barrett (@PolarBarrett) November 5, 2020