All Voting is Local Michigan works directly with election officials, advocacy partners, and local leaders to lead the call for voter protections, as well as changes at the local level—such as language access efforts and increased voter education—to remove barriers to the ballot.
Make a plan to vote
Have you made a plan to vote? If you haven’t, here are a few resources:
- Find Your Clerk’s Office to Vote Early
- Find Your Local Ballot Drop Box
- Find Your Election Day Polling Location
- Vote no later than November 8 at 8 p.m.
Amid reports of conspiracy theorists being recruited to be election inspectors, we worked with the Brennan Center to reaffirm that Michigan law protects voters and our election system from attempts by anti-voter actors to sabotage our elections.
News from Michigan
Flint, MI Judge Dismisses Poll Worker Lawsuit Days Before Election
November 3, 2022 FLINT, Michigan— On Wednesday Judge Mark Latchana threw out a lawsuit from the MI GOP and RNC seeking a last minute push to insert poll workers at Flint polls days before the election, creating chaos and opening the door to untrained individuals to influence the election. All Voting Is Local Michigan State […]
Groups Relaunch MichiganDropbox.com To Make Voting Easy and Accessible for All Voters
DETROIT — Voters Not Politicians Education Fund, All Voting Is Local, Michigan League of Conservation Voters, and Detroit Action, relaunched www.MichiganDropbox.com to provide a free, easy-to-use online tool for Michigan voters to locate a secure drop box location or their local clerk’s office to cast their absentee ballots in the general election. The drop box […]
Latest Michigan Audit Confirms Yet Again: The 2020 General Election Was Fair and Accurate
DETROIT — All Voting is Local Michigan, Michigan League of Conservation Voters Education Fund, Michigan Voices, and ACLU of Michigan released the following joint statement in response to Michigan Auditor General Doug Ringler’s review of the results of the 2020 general election: