The National Popular Vote Interstate Compact (NPVIC) is designed to ensure the candidate who wins the most popular votes is elected president.
Please read the following message from LWVUS regarding the Congressional challenges to the electoral college results
If you have questions about voting in Michigan, visit IWillVote.com/MI to learn more about voting in your state, how to register to vote, and important dates….
Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson is asking everyone to spread the word about voter registration and voting safety during the pandemic….
Questions concerning Absentee Ballots are answered in the Voting 101 video produced by the City of Southfield, MI and Get Out The Vote (GOTV)…
On August 17, 1920, the 19th Amendment was ratified, bringing a long and hard-fought campaign to allow women the right to vote to a successful conclusion.
Learn about registering, confirming your registration, and voting in an online informational session from the Detroit League of Women Voters and Detroit Public Library. We will address both absentee and in-person voting, along with the COVID-19 precautions that the Department of Elections will be taking for safety. There will be time for questions, and a brief description of LWV.
As part of our work for Voting Rights and Election Protection, LWV Michigan needs to collect data on absentee ballots that were not counted because they were received after the 8 p.m. Election Day deadline. Please complete our brief survey by Tuesday, August 11, 2020.
VOTE411.org is the League’s one-stop voting shop, having empowered millions of voters with everything you need to know about voting, especially during COVID-19.
Following is a notice of the Primary Election (August 4, 2020) in the City of Highland Park. For a list of open seats, a sample ballot and the full text to county proposal (Proposition P), visit the City Clerk’s office or view online at www.highlandparkmi.gov