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Voting & Elections 11.1.2022

Michiganders Can Call 866-OUR-VOTE Hotline for Any Issues Exercising the Right to Vote

LANSING, MI — Common Cause Michigan reminds Michiganders to use the nonpartisan Election Protection hotline, 866-OUR-VOTE, if they have any questions or encounter any challenges with casting a ballot on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 8. Voters can call or text the hotline to connect with volunteers standing by to help.

Voting & Elections 10.22.2022

Michiganders Approach Upcoming Recommended Deadline for Mailing In Absentee Ballots

LANSING, MI — Common Cause Michigan reminds Michiganders that Tuesday, Oct. 25 is the recommended date for voters to mail-in their absentee ballot so it can arrive on time.

Voting & Elections 10.17.2022

Michiganders Approach Upcoming Deadlines for Voter Registration

LANSING, MI — New voters have until next Monday, Oct. 24, to submit their voter registration forms online or by mail in time for the Nov. 8 midterm election. Mail-in registrations must be postmarked by Oct. 24 in order to be accepted.

Voting & Elections 09.9.2022

Today ‘Marks The Next Step For Voting Reform’ in Michigan Following Placement of Promote the Vote 2022 on the Ballot

LANSING, Mich. — Yesterday, the Michigan Supreme Court ruled in favor of allowing Promote the Vote 2022 (of which Common Cause Michigan is a supporter) on the upcoming general election ballot.

Voting & Elections 08.26.2022

Common Cause Michigan Says ‘Michiganders — Not Former Presidents’ — Choose Our Candidates, Ahead of Republican Convention

"While Common Cause Michigan remains staunchly nonpartisan, we must denounce the lies about our elections that have been disproven over and over again. That includes those who refuse to uphold the will of the people and violate our election laws to do so."

Common Cause Files Amicus Brief Requesting Review of Michigan State Senate Voting Map for Racial Gerrymandering

LANSING, MI — Today, Common Cause filed a joint amicus brief with Michigan State University professor Jon X. Eguia in Agee v. Benson, a case in which plaintiffs argue that Michigan’s state legislative maps violate the U.S. Constitution and the Voting Rights Act.

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