Did your vote count last election?
You should never have to ask that question. However, in last year's presidential election, 59% of Detroit's precincts had errors. That's unacceptable. Learn more about how Adam plans to bring confidence back to the office of the Clerk and to Detroit's elections.
REGISTER TO VOTE
Are you registered to vote? Not sure how? Don’t worry, it’s easy! Use this tool on the state website to see if you’re registered, where your polling location is, and much more!
Are you serving in the military overseas? Whether you’re in the military, a family member, or a private citizen, your vote counts! Register to vote here.
Keep up with Adam, learn how to get involved.
In the last election, 59% of precincts had errors. That’s more than 330 precincts in the City of Detroit that had an error. There are people who fought and died for our right to vote, and we will not cede that right quietly. The task falls to us to continue their work.
1) Online Voter Registration As your City Clerk I will accept electronic signature and allow online one-step voter registration. If you can sign for a mortgage, register for the selected service, or change your legal beneficiary, you should be able to register to vote. Uniform Electronic Transactions Act provides the legal basis for accepting electronic[…]
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Here is my interview before the Detroit City Council for the At-Large vacancy.
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