FYI Attention individuals with criminal records: this event is for you. Register at www.sado.org/go/democracy and take a brief survey on voting issues: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1lONcCJjb7rYtUyBTe-uPPVRbnY9VmvDrn6jbjt7KOwI/edit Hope to see you there! See our original post at Facebook
Momma knows best! And so does Anna LeChard of Saline High School. See our original post at Facebook
According to the Michigan Secretary of State website, there were close to 11,000 rejected ballots in the August primary election. More than 80% were due to signature verification issues or late arrival. Make sure that your vote is counted this November!
In demand! Saves lives! See our original post at Facebook
Your vote counts! A reminder from Morgan Knox of Pioneer High School. See our original post at Facebook
Absent Voter Ballot Process (in detail) (https://tinyurl.com/yyut72oj) Absent Voter Ballot Process Absent Voter Process in Michigan explained. See our original post at Facebook
Voting Access for All Coalition (VAAC) creates new and powerful video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FJJQf77qMMk&feature=youtu.be)video begins with a parade of formerly incarcerated persons who testify to the importance and meaningfulness of their vote now that they are out of prison. All their long years in jail, they were denied the vote and could only watch on TV, voiceless,…
Voting by mail has been championed — rightly, experts say — as the safest way to participate in the 2020 election while the nation remains under threat from the coronavirus. However, voting by mail disproportionately disenfranchises voters of color.
In a surprising move last week, the US Census Bureau announced that the will cut short the door-to-door efforts at the end of September instead of the end of October. This has implications for the integrity of the entire project, but especially in Michigan where we could lose $1800 of federal funds each year for each person that goes uncounted.
Since Election Day is only a few days away, it’s a great idea to drop off your ballot rather than mail it. Find your clerk! Go to Ballotpower.org or the Michigan Secretary of State’s office website to locate your clerk’s office.