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All Voting is Local Michigan is building on the successes of and responding to the challenges of the 2020 elections. Working directly with election officials, advocacy partners, and voters, we’re leading the calls for proactive voting legislation, as well as changes at the local level—such as language access efforts and increased voter education—to remove barriers to the ballot.

News from Michigan


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:

Detroit City Council Must Adopt Pro-Voter Policies for Future Elections

DETROIT — All Voting is Local Michigan, Voters Not Politicians, Detroit Action, and Michigan United are calling on the Detroit City Council to pass a resolution that allows for increased voting access for Detroiters. In the letter, the groups requested that the city council expand early voting access, increase public funding for tools like ballot drop boxes, and take steps to provide faster voting results.

New Election Petition Seeks to Divide and Distract Michigan Voters

DETROIT — All Voting is Local Michigan and the Michigan League of Conservation Voters released the following joint statement in response to an anti-voter group filing a petition with the Secretary of State on Tuesday to overturn Michigan’s official certification and audit process:

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Some Michigan politicians have launched an attack on the freedom to vote through anti-voter bills, disinformation, anda partisan scam to try to overturn the 2020 election and deliberately sabotage future elections. So, we’re pushing back. Together with partners, we urged local governments to pass resolutions that support data-based solutions to improve elections – most recently in Michigan’s two largest counties Wayne and Oakland

In addition, we’re calling on the secretary of state to increase transparency and calling out lawmakers to stop election sabotage.