Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Uh Oh, Proposed Michigan Senate Bill Requires Voters To Think Before They Vote

The bill, which will eliminate straight-ticket voting in Michigan, is accused of being a hardship to Democrat voters.

Don't believe me? Ask the Democrats themselves: The Detroit News: Senate votes to end straight-party voting

[State Senator Morris] Hood [D-Detroit] said eliminating straight party voting would make it more difficult to vote and add confusion and wait times at the polls in November general elections.

Yep, not being able to just fill in the box marked Democrat but instead having to go through the entire ballot and make choices is just too darn hard for the average Democrat voter.

Let's hope this bill becomes a law and people become better informed about who they are voting for as a result.

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