In her view, anybody who donates to a political campaign to try to influence an election should be forced to disclose this information to voters.
Oakland County Clerk Ruth Johnson and Wayne State University associate law professor Jocelyn Benson both are making a get-out-the-vote push as the race for Michigan secretary of state draws to a close.
The two major party candidates seeking to become Michigan’s next secretary of state, Democrat Jocelyn Benson and Republican Ruth Johnson, traded barbs and offered sharp policy contrasts during a Friday debate.
The secretary of state is Michigan’s top elections official, but concerns over information embedded in enhanced driver’s licenses and hefty fees for bad drivers have made other aspects of the job equally visible.
Michigan secretary of state candidates Ruth Johnson and Jocelyn Benson are expected to meet for a debate next month.