Michigan Rep. expects "serious efforts" to challenge election results
Why it matters: Election officials nationwide are concerned about attempts to disrupt the general election on Tuesday. Battleground states, like Michigan, have seen a high level of threats about the upcoming election, too.
What she said: "I think we will have serious efforts made the day after the election to challenge the results of many of these votes," she told MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell in an interview Monday.
- She said she's worried about "an effort to challenge votes" and "to not count votes" as seen in other states already.
- "Michigan is going to be a state that's going to have a lot of attention on it the day after the election," she added.
The big picture: Election workers and voters in Michigan have been dealing with poll challengers, threats of voter intimidation and a battle over mail-in voting in Detroit, per Axios Detroit's Samuel Robinson.