The CEO of Dominion Voting Systems, a voting machine and software company, will answer questions from legislators in Michigan on Tuesday.
It will be the first time John Poulos has answered questions since the Nov. 3 election, which saw 28 states use Dominion products.
Data firm Allied Security Operations Group examined machines and software in Antrim County this month, saying Dominion products were to blame for the infamous vote flip that occurred in the county.
State Sen. Edward McBroom, a Republican, chairs the committee. A spokesman for the senator told The Epoch Times via text message that only Poulos is slated to testify.
State Rep. Matt Hall, a Republican who chairs the Michigan House Oversight Committee, originally requested Dominion send representatives to answer questions from lawmakers.
“I appreciate the opportunity to correct the baseless and defamatory claims being made about our systems. They are harmful not only to Dominion, but also to the countless hardworking election officials across the state, as well all Michigan public officials elected through a fair process,” Poulos said in the letter.
Dominion representatives have been sought for questioning by lawmakers in other battleground states.
Arizona Senate Judiciary Chairman Eddie Farnsworth, a Republican, announced during an election oversight hearing on Monday that he would issue subpoenas requiring Dominion machines in Maricopa County be audited.
"There is evidence of tampering, there is evidence of fraud," he said.
Hall said in a statement last week that he was aware of reports about software issues causing irregularities to occur.
"Representatives of the people must be able to ask officials at Dominion questions in order to provide clarity and restore faith in our elections process," he said.
"Dominion has finally agreed to testify publicly next week. It’s about time," added Michigan House Speaker Lee Chatfield, a Republican. "We need to get to the bottom of these accusations and hear from them."