An investigation could help the city understand what went wrong, and prevent a repeat in November.
To help ensure November’s election goes smoothly, Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson is reimbursing $2 million in pre-paid postage for absentee ballot returns.
Democrats and Republicans on the county board unanimously agreed the up to $1.10 cost per ballot was worth ensuring all residents’ ability to vote by mail.
Take your absentee ballot to your local clerk or drop box instead of sending it through the mail, advises Secretary Benson.
With a primary election Aug. 4, two state representatives are trying to smooth out the voting process in time to bring support to local clerks.
In an exclusive interview with The ’Gander, Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson talked first elections to pandemic-era polls. Here’s how Michigan will set the stage for 2020.
Printing and mailing applications is so 2019. Online applications are available in a snap for Michiganders.