Michigan Election Integrity Volunteers ‘Afraid’ Amid Alleged Prosecution Threat

  • Many of the activists have as a result steered clear of a monitoring efforts, saying they fear being targeted by the government, say an attorney in the state deeply involved in the situation.
  • Across Michigan last week, dozens of counties and hundreds of precincts began a recount for two controversial ballot proposals that were approved by voters on Nov. 8.
  • The first measure in question establishes early voting, expands access to absentee voting and preempts Republican efforts to enact more stringent voter ID rules.
  • The other measure enshrines abortion rights in the state’s constitution.

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