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Michigan saw major wins for voting rights in 2018: the passage of a ballot measure that created such positive changes as same-day registration, and no-excuse absentee voting. As these reforms come to life in 2020, All Voting is Local is working with our partners on the ground now to ensure:

  • State and county officials carry out the reforms of 2018 to the benefit of all Michiganians. 
  • Every voter of color can get to their polling place and cast a ballot without waiting in a long line.
  • Voters have poll workers who are qualified, effective, and representative of the communities they serve.

News from Michigan


Medical Professionals Urge Michigan Officials to Safeguard Elections and Public Health Amid COVID-19

DETROIT — All Voting is Local Michigan and leading medical professionals today called on Michigan state and local officials to enact necessary reforms to the upcoming elections to safeguard public health amid the pandemic.

Media Advisory: Medical Professionals Discuss Michigan Election Reforms Amid COVID-19

On Wednesday, July 15, 2020 at 11 a.m. EST, All Voting is Local Michigan and leading medical professionals will host a telephone press briefing to discuss necessary reforms to the upcoming elections through a public health lens.

Turn Up Tuesday to Empower Voters, Confront Barriers to the Ballot Ahead of Primary in Michigan

DETROIT–  The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights and All Voting is Local, with its joint And Still I Vote℠ campaign, will hold a series of events to mobilize voters in Michigan, and to urge officials to safeguard voting by mail and protect in-person voting options.

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Michigan State Director Aghogho Edevbie Calls on Officials to Prepare for Election in Testimony for the Michigan Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights

In his testimony, Edevbie emphasized that elections officials have an obligation to prepare for safe, accessible voting in the COVID-19 pandemic. The testimony offers recommendations, at both the state and local level, to securely adapt to the election changes brought on by the pandemic. “Every election gives our collective society the chance to express its voice,” Edevbie said. “For that voice to be heard, a well-run election is essential. The COVID-19 pandemic has made this harder, but not impossible.”