Michigan: "Secure and Fair Elections Bill boosts integrity at the polls"

In Michigan, it appears new integrity measures may be on the way.  The Michigan Secretary of State notes that 15 states recently compared voter registration lists and found that up to 164,000 Michigan voters could be registered in another state.

Nothing is more sacred to democracy than integrity in our elections and safeguarding the principle of one citizen, one vote.  That is why the Secure and Fair Elections legislation, now before Gov. Rick Snyder, is so critical.  It will allow election official to go after the worst campaign finance offenders, help them clean up our voter rolls and remove those who have died, moved and are not citizens. It also will close photo ID loopholes and create more transparency and accountability in the elections process.  It also retains strong measures in place that ensure no legitimate voter is disenfranchised.  Michigan's voter rolls had an impossible 102.54% of eligible voters registered in 2008.  See the full article at TimesHerald.com

 
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  • July 3, 2012 Womba wrote:
    Good move. But Michiganers had better invest in BS-proof shields & helmets as soon as Eric Holder finds out!
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