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A Michigan voting machine recently went missing. Shockingly enough, an Uber driver from Ohio was able to purchase the Dominion voting machine from a Goodwill store for a mere $8. Now, Michigan officials are investigating how the voting machine used in the 2020 presidential election was able to be sold online.

An Uber driver from Ohio was able to make an online purchase of a 2020 Dominion voting machine from a Goodwill Industries thrift store in Cadillac, Michigan. Uber driver Ean Hutchinson bought the voting machine from an online Goodwill auction with a winning bid of $7.99.

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Hutchinson – who is from Miamisburg – then flipped the voting machine by selling it on eBay. He originally listed the voting machine with a starting price of $250.

Hutchinson’s eBay listing read, “Own a piece of history! This voting machine was one of thousands used in the 2020 United States presidential election and included in one of the many lawsuits against Dominion that were thrown out.”

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