Michigan State Home, Senate close over ‘risks of violence’ throughout Electoral College meeting

 Michigan State Home, Senate close over ‘risks of violence’ throughout Electoral College meeting

Paul Egan, Detroit Free PressPublished 8: 08 a.m. ET Dec. 14, 2020|Updated 8: 10 a.m. ET Dec. 14,2020CLOSE.President Trump and President George W. Bush won the electoral vote during the election, however not the popular vote. How does the electoral college work?U.S.A. TODAY.LANSING, Mich.– Michigan State House and Senate office complex will all be closed Monday throughout the conference of the Electoral College due to security concerns, an official said Monday.The Capitol will likewise be closed to the public, as was announced previously.Amber McCann, a spokesperson for Senate Bulk Leader Mike Shirkey, R-Clarklake, stated the Senate closed its facilities for Monday “based upon recommendations from law enforcement.”.” The decision was not made since of anticipated protests, but based on reputable hazards of violence,” McCann said late Sunday.Gideon D’Assandro, a spokesman for House Speaker Lee Chatfield, R-Levering, would not define the potential risk.” I can’t enter the nature of the issue,” D’Assandro stated. “Need to refer you to the MSP (M
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