Attorney General Confirms Investigation into Threats Toward Wayne County Canvassers

The Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel confirmed this morning that her department is investigating threats made against members of the Wayne County Board of Canvassers.

“We will investigate any credible complaints of threats to government officials, elected or appointed, and will prosecute criminal conduct to the fullest extent of the law. Serving the people – regardless of party – is an honorable but sometimes difficult and thankless task,” Nessel said in a press release. “And while many of us have been subjected to hateful and often obscene insults, threats of violence and harm will not be tolerated.”

Nessel’s Criminal Investigations Division initiated its investigation shortly after last week’s Board of Canvassers meeting. 

Anyone with a specific complaint related to election fraud, misinformation or threats against public officials can report them by email to the Attorney General’s office at


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