My City Votes 2024 Just Got Even Bigger

June 4, 2024 - 0 Comments

As we prepare for the November General Election this year, Voters Ed Fund has been building up our partnerships with local clerks, mayors, and other trusted community leaders in our My City Votes communities to make sure that voters, especially […]

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Voters Ed Fund Presenters Ensuring Michiganders Can Vote with Confidence in 2024

May 8, 2024 - 0 Comments

In February 2024, Michigan voters participated in the most accessible statewide election in Michigan’s history, taking advantage of new options such as early voting and the permanent absentee ballot list. However, many Michiganders don’t yet know how much more secure, […]

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Democracy Academy Off to a Great Start in 2024

April 9, 2024 - 0 Comments

While many eyes are focused on the 2024 presidential election cycle, Voters Ed Fund recognizes that in order for our democracy to be truly representative, communities across Michigan need to participate in every election, at every level. That is why […]

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Democracy Academy Ready to Reach a New Audience

March 6, 2024 - 0 Comments

Voters Not Politicians Education Fund’s voter education programs are in full swing preparing voters for the presidential elections and all of Michigan’s new voting options. However, just because it’s a presidential election year doesn’t mean that we’re abandoning our local- […]

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Voter Access Town Halls Meet Voters Where They Are

February 7, 2024 - 0 Comments

Given all the changes taking place in Michigan’s election administration system and the anticipation around the 2024 election cycle, it’s more important than ever that voters have access to accurate and up-to-date information about how to vote.  That’s why in […]

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Refresher on Michigan’s New Redistricting Process

January 10, 2024 - 0 Comments

Proposal 18-2, authored and championed by Voters Not Politicians, established the Michigan Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission (MICRC). 61% of Michigan voters approved the passage of Proposal 18-2. Michigan’s new redistricting process requires that voters – not politicians – draw the […]

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