Michigan Election Official Charged With Ballot Tampering, Misconduct

A Michigan elections worker is seen in a November 2020 file photo. (Elaine Cromie/Getty Images)

A Michigan county elections official and former township clerk was charged with ballot tampering related to the August 2020 primary election, according to state Attorney General Dana Nessel.

Kathy Funk, who was running in 2020 as a Democrat for reelection as Flint Township clerk, also was charged with misconduct in office, Nessel said. The charges, which are both felonies, each carry a maximum sentence of five years in prison upon conviction.

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