“Glitch” Discovered in Oakland County MI Reverses Race and Gives Republican the Win

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Gee, amazing how the 2020 election has been plagued with so many of these random “glitches,” right? 🙄

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One after another, these glitches are unfolding — “computer technicalities” they’re sometimes called – I call them all hooey because they always seem to work out in the favor of Dems.

And it’s not just with the presidential race.

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You may have not heard of this “glitch story,” seems like our fake media doesn’t like to talk about them too much. But, take a look at what happened in Oakland County, Michigan…a so-called “glitch” gave an upset win to the Democrat, only to be reversed later in dramatic fashion when the “glitch” was discovered and fixed.

Turns out the R actually won the race, handsomely, to boot.


From Detroit Free Press

A computer error led election officials in Oakland County to hand an upset victory Wednesday to a Democrat, only to switch the win back to an incumbent Republican a day later.

In Oakland County’s 15th County Commission District — representing Rochester and Rochester Hills — the initial count gave a 104-vote margin to the Democrat, Melanie Hartman, amounting to a razor-thin majority of 50.08%.

That stunned the incumbent, Adam Kochenderfer, giving him a sure sense that he’d lost in a district long deemed a Republican stronghold.

“I thought that was that,” Kochenderfer said. “Those were the results, and I said I would not seek a recount.”

But what a difference a day makes — in weather, love, and the 15th District election for Oakland County commissioner. On Thursday, Kochenderfer was stunned again, this time by a call from Oakland County’s director of elections, flipping the outcome to him.

“Apparently, there was a technical glitch in Rochester Hills. And so I actually ended up winning by a little over 1,100 votes,” said a chuckling Kochenderfer.

The margin was 1,127 votes, to be exact. That gave him a 51.67% share of the total (with 48.23% going to his opponent, Hartman).

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Wow, that’s quite a “glitch,” he had a 51.67%  share and his opponent only had 48.23%.

I guess the big question now is how many more of these “glitches” happened in Michigan and elsewhere that we don’t know about and probably never will?

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Sadly, I think we all know the answer to that question…TONS.

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