Thursday, November 21. Making Voting More Convenient: Implementing Michigan's Proposal 3
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute presents this program with moderator: Riley Beggin, Capitol Reporter for Bridge Magazine and panelists: Dr. Susan Smith, vice president, League of Women Voters of Michigan and Larry Kestenbaum, Washtenaw County Clerk and Register of Deeds
Panelists’ Synopsis: Passage of Proposal 3 in November, 2018, amended the Michigan Constitution by adding a list of voting rights, which include “no reason absentee” voting and expanding voter registration options. The implementation of the various provisions is an ongoing process. The speakers will discuss these changes from three different perspectives. In addition, ballot security has become an important issue, and this will be addressed at the local level.
There is a $10 admission fee for this program. WCC, Morris Lawrence Building, Towsley Auditorium. 4800 E Huron RIver Dr, Ann Arbor. 10–11:30 am