Costantino v. Detroit
A lawsuit claiming widespread fraud in Michigan, particularly in Wayne County, which contains Detroit. The lawsuit demands an election audit, a halt to vote counting, a prohibition of certification of the election results, that the election results be voided, and that a new election take place. The court rejected the claims and demands. Plaintiffs appealed, and the state appellate court affirmed the rejection of their claims and demands. Plaintiffs then appealed to the state supreme court. The Michigan Supreme Court denied the appeal. Plaintiffs ultimately agreed to dismiss the case.