About Secure MI Vote
We are passionate about helping MI secure future elections. It’s about time we can trust that our vote will be counted correctly.
Together we can restore faith in our elections: We are committed to strengthening the security of our elections through enhancements to our election laws, better preparedness, increased training and constant communication with our local elections directors.
INITIATION OF LEGISLATION
Initiation of legislation amending the Michigan Election Law, 1954 PA 116, MCL 168.495, 523, 759, 759a, 759b, 761, 761b, 764b, 813, and adding 168.523b, 760a, 946, to: require partial social security number for voter registration; require photo ID for in-person voters; require driver’s license, state-ID, partial social security number or photo ID on absentee ballot application; require voters who don’t provide this ID to present ID in person within 6 days after election to have their vote counted; provide state-funded IDs to applicants with hardships; specify minimum times clerks must accept absentee ballots for in-person or dropbox delivery; prohibit officials from making absentee ballot applications available except upon voter request; prohibit donations to fund elections.