Michigan attorney general warns against recount disruptions after report from Jackson County
Elissa Slotkin, D- Mich., designed to get Michigan State University students, faculty and staff out to the polls on Oct. 16, 2022, in East Lansing, Michigan. - Bill Pugliano/Getty Images North America/TNS

Lansing, Mich. — Attorney General Dana Nessel warned recount observers and participants Wednesday against causing disruptions during a statewide recount of Proposals 2 and 3, citing disruptions and concerns at two recounts in Ingham and Jackson counties. Nessel's office had been receiving reports of "threatening behavior and interference" at some recount locations, later clarifying that those reports related to complaints in Jackson County. The department also was contacted by the Ingham County clerk "to relay concerns." "My department is monitoring the situation closely and will not hesitate ...