(HorizonPost.com) – In December, an IT contractor for Dominion Voting Systems testified alongside famed Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani that she witnessed voter fraud on Dominion’s machines. Days later, Saturday Night Live did a skit of Mellissa Carone’s testimony, making her famous in her hometown. Now, Carone says she’s running for the Michigan statehouse.
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Carone will be campaigning to win Michigan’s 46th District house seat, which will become available in the 2022 election. Michigan has term limits, and representatives can only serve three two-year terms, for a total of six years. The current Representative, John Reilly, was first elected in 2016 and will complete his six-year term-limit.
If elected, Carone intends to ensure ballots are hand-counted to end voter fraud in the state. She also wants to “drain the swamp” in the state capital. When asked about the violent riot on January 6 in Washington, DC, the hopeful Representative said she’s against violence. However, she said what’s truly dangerous is “stealing” an election.
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