Another question about the 2016 US presidential election. I was comparing the voter turnout reported for Wayne County, Michigan by the State Board of Elections with the voter turnout reported by the County Board of Elections. The first reports 788459. The second reports 802195. Am I comparing apples to oranges? Naively, such a vote difference could correspond to several thousand lost votes for Clinton. (I also noticed a discrepancy in voter turnout totals for Oakland County in 2012 although that difference seems less critical.)
The figures you cite are incorrect. Per this link, coming directly from Wayne County, show the same number of ballots cast as the Secretary of State's county total: 788,459. It's obvious that the numbers from the county that you're using reference something different than actual ballots cast.