When discussing Biden’s lead in the state, Upton on Sunday noted the president-elect was not leading by “a razor-thin margin,” but by more than 150,000 votes. “You have to let those votes stand. People know the process. … I voted absentee. So did my wife. So did my parents. So did my brother and his wife. The process has been in place for a long time. It works. And there’s no issues of fraud anywhere,” he said. “So, 154,000 votes, I mean, … my own county commission race was a dead-even tie. Then [had] a draw to see who won because it was exactly the same, 154,000 votes is too many to overcome,” he stated. According to The Associated Press, which called the race in Michigan for Biden earlier this month, the former vice president currently leads Trump by 155,629 votes.