This is one of the most crucial midterm elections America has seen in a long time. It is no wonder that voter suppression and confusion are on the rise. Also, there is not straight ticket voting. Review this Voter Guide and tear off the back page (which includes a sample ballot) to take with you to the polls!
You can return your absentee ballots until the Saturday before Election Tuesday…but why wait?! If you are eligible for absentee voting, it is a great way to avoid long lines at the polls and take your time to make careful selections on the first election where you cannot vote straight ticket. Note: please visit www.michiganvoterguides.org for Voter Guides with Sample Ballots!
Did you know that 61% of the people who voted for Hillary in 2016 didn’t vote for the Democratic candidates for the State Supreme Court? With your help, 2018 will be different! Our Voter Guides and suggested sample ballots contain the information voters need to vote the full ballot. Volunteers are needed to help deliver…
“Never burn your bridges” is the paramount lesson Susan Prakken Smith has brought away from a lifetime of service to the nonpartisan League of Women Voters whose roots extend to the first Suffragist movement. The League of Women Voters, which now admits men, and Susan Prakken Smith have both seen much change since she began working with the organization in the early sixties.
Literary activist, Leslie McGraw, is a descendant of the first voter rights martyr in the United States, Elbert Williams of Tennessee. The right to vote was not given but earned through the blood, sweat, tears, and vigilance of families like that of Elbert Williams.