Democrat michigan secretary of state misprints trump ticket on ballots for troops

Biden-endorsed Michigan secretary of state misprints Trump ticket on mail-in ballots | News Break

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The Michigan secretary of state's office misprinted a voting section concerning President Trump's administration on ballots bound for troops serving overseas. Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson, who endorsed Joe Biden for president and recently spoke at the Democratic National Convention, oversees the office responsible for the error. The ballots listed Jeremy Cohen, the libertarian party vice presidential nominee, as Trump’s running mate, omitting Vice President Mike Pence .

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