It Destroys Michigan’s Election Integrity
An email from The Association of Mature American Citizens (AMAC).
The deceptively positive sounding “Promote the Vote 2022” is the campaign behind Proposal 2. It a dark money-funded attempt to write many of the worst things about the 2020 election disaster into the Michigan Constitution. This will result in making unsupervised voting, restricted election audits, and third-party funding of elections permanent in Michigan.
Here are just a few of the awful provisions contained in Proposal 2:
It would make the now infamous ballot drop boxes permanent, taxpayer-funded, and everywhere. This will make illegal ballot harvesting and ballot trafficking even easier! And it will cost your township or city to install and to monitor these boxes — more of your tax dollars! It would let people vote without photo ID. One of the biggest problems in 2020 will never be fixed. It would restrict election audits to government entities only. Sorry, no independent audits by concerned citizens allowed. It would allow funding of — and thus control of — elections by outside organizations directed by billionaires. It would promote and facilitate unsolicited absentee voting — perhaps THE biggest single problem in 2020. When a state is awash in mail-in ballots, the job of the fraudster is much easier.
Please consider the consequences — this would be the end of free and fair elections!
VOTE NO on Proposal 2.
Please share this with family and friends.
Proposal 2 does promote voting. By making it easier to cast illegal votes. It makes fair and free elections impossible.
The wording of Proposal 2 is highly deceptive:
Proposal 2 would amend the state constitution to add provisions regarding elections. This amendment would recognize the fundamental right to vote without harassing conduct. Require military or overseas ballots be counted if postmarked by election day. Provide voters right to verify identity with photo ID or signed statement. Provide voter right to single application to vote absentee ballot in all election. Require state funded absentee ballot drop boxes and postage for absentee applications and ballots. Provide that only election officials may conduct post-election audits. Require nine days of early in person voting. Allow donations to fund elections, which must be disclosed. Require canvass boards certify elections based only on the official records of votes cast.