How To Avoid Election Theft

HOW TO AVOID ELECTION THEFT

NOTE: LINKS BELOW FOR INFORMATION TO GET INVOLVED IN ELECTIONS

Bonnie,
Here is the laws on elections, You may want to post it on the website.

I would like to see people come out and have challengers in all polls!!!!!!

I haven’t yet read through it to see any changes since I did it. But if people do it it will be a start on stopping or slowing election fraud !! They did have it in book form and I have one somewhere but its old.  We may be able to get something in print from the bureau of elections.  Put it on the website
“” Want to be a poll challenger or poll watcher and post the 3 attachments to it”

PDF links below

——– Forwarded Message ——–
Subject: Follow-up from Sen. Proos’ Office – Election Laws
Date: Thu, 7 Dec 2017 14:20:29 +0000
From: The Office of Senator Proos <OfcJProos@MISENATE.onmicrosoft.com>
To: xxxx

Good Morning Charlie,

As requested, I am sending you information from our Legislative Services Bureau on election laws, specifically those pertaining to election challengers and poll watchers. I hope you find this information useful.

Please let us know if you need anything else!

Best,

Trenton Miller
Constituent Services Director
State Senator John Proos

PDF FILES TO HELP WITH ELECTIONS
Chapter_11_Election_Day_Issues

Election_Law_Ch.28

Managing_Your_Precinct_on_Election_Day

MICHIGAN NEEDS HONEST ELECTIONS-LEARN TO AUDIT

WE NEED HONEST ELECTIONS IN MICHIGAN- TIME TO START AUDITING ELECTIONS
If the people want to start challenging the elections I would be willing to help .
This would be a start on cutting down on the vote tampering. We would need to look at the latest laws on it.

THIS SHOULD WORK TOO, I WOULD CALL AND REQUEST.

Auditing Elections: If they ask why tell them you want to insure fair and honest election!
The Bureau of Elections is located on the first floor of the Richard H. Austin Building (formerly the Treasury Building) at 430 W. Allegan St., in downtown Lansing. Access is available through the north side and south side entrances. All guests must register at the security desk before proceeding to the Bureau of Elections. The entrance to the Bureau is located in the northeast corner of the lobby.

Regular mail for the Bureau of Elections should be addressed to:

Michigan Department of State
Bureau of Elections
PO Box 20126
Lansing, MI 48901-0726

The mailing address for overnight or express deliveries is:

Michigan Department of State
Bureau of Elections
Richard H. Austin Building – First Floor
430 W. Allegan
Lansing, MI 48918

You may also contact the Bureau by:

Phone: 517-373-2540
Fax: 517-373-0941