NCJW | MI’s Advocacy and Elections Committee is focused on educating the community on what they need to know to vote in the 2024 elections. Proposal 2 of 2022 amended the Michigan Constitution to protect the right of every eligible Michigander to vote, expand voter registration opportunities and voting options, and enhance the security of our elections. The committee is also focused on getting out the vote for the Presidential Primary Election on February 27, Primary Election on August 6, and General Election on November 5.
- Has created a plan to educate the community on new election laws and voting options
- Has identified strategies to reach out for voter registration and to get out the vote
- Has created partnerships to support the upcoming elections
- Presented “The Power of Your Vote: Taking Advantage of New Voting Rights”, a webinar that focuses on election and voting changes
The Power of Your Vote: Taking Advantage of New Voting Rights
Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson, Oakland County Clerk Lisa Brown, and West Bloomfield Township Clerk Debbie Binder will describe the changes in Michigan’s elections that resulted from the passage of Proposal 2 of 2022 and recently passed pro-voter laws. Join us to learn what you need to know to make your voting plan a success.
Thursday, January 11, 2024, 7:00PM on Zoom
Click HERE to watch the recording.
Click HERE to view program’s flyer.
Resources and Talking Points:
KNOW YOUR VOTING RIGHTS
February 2024 Presidential Primary Edition