Ex-attorney general candidate Matthew DePerno and ex-state Rep. Daire Rendon are charged for allegedly tampering with the machines after the 2020 election.
Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel said Thursday she was among those targeted.
The attorney general is projected to beat a GOP opponent who tried to overturn the 2020 election and promised to restrict abortion rights and contraception access.
Trump-backed Matthew DePerno was named as a "prime instigator" in an effort to improperly access voting machines.
Under the preliminary settlement, Michigan cannot terminate or block renewal of contracts of adoption agencies that don't approve same-sex or unmarried couples as foster or adoptive parents.
“Obviously this is part of a much bigger conspiracy,” state attorney general Dana Nessel said.
About $600 million is coming from the state of Michigan, which was accused of repeatedly overlooking the devastating risks of switching Flint’s water source in 2014.
Authorities moved Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and her family multiple times as two groups plotted for months to kidnap her.
Rifle-toting protesters yelled at lawmakers during the last stay-at-home debate. Now some are calling for "bloodshed."
Attorney General Dana Nessel said in a written statement that the investigation is ongoing.