Unfortunately, at this point I haven't seen the complaint, so I can't say how much this suit may have in common with the suits that the Thomas More Society's Amistad Project has already filed in WI and GA. However, I view this as good news, because thus far the legal steps the Amistad Project has taken appear to be well thought out and based on solidly ascertained facts. John Solomon's Just The News provides a summary, but I expect there's much more to the suit:
"The pattern of lawlessness was so pervasive and widespread that it deprived the people of Michigan of a free and fair election, throwing the integrity of the entire process into question," said Phil Kline, Director of the Amistad Project.
Among the specific areas that the suit focuses on is, unsurprisingly, an absentee ballot initiative undertaken by the SoS, Jocelyn Benson, in violation of state law:
Instead of heeding the process contoured by the Michigan Legislature, Benson sent "unsolicited absentee ballot applications to every household in the state without verifying whether the intended recipients were still residing at the same location, whether they were eligible to vote in 2020, or even whether they were still alive."