Michigan Municipal Leauge Review Magazine March/April 2023
According to Lansing’s Swope, city, township, and county clerks across the state already have started asking questions about implementation of the new constitutional mandates and offering suggestions for actions the Michigan Legislature should take to clarify issues related to the early voting process, how much the state will actually pay local units for “state-funded” absentee ballot drop boxes and postage, and related matters. The League will continue to follow these issues and report on significant proposals to enact enabling legislation and appropriations concerning the voting rights constitutional amendment. Randy Hannan is the senior communications strategist at communications firm Martin Waymire. You may contact him at 517.485.6600 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Prior to joining Martin Waymire, Randy worked in the Lansing Mayor’s Office for 12 years serving a wide range of roles including communications director, chief of staff, and deputy mayor.
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