LANSING (AP) — The Michigan Bureau of Elections says a group has collected enough valid voter signatures to put a voting initiative on the November ballot.
The Promote the Vote proposal would allow same-day voter registration and no-reason absentee voting, among other things. The drive was organized by the American Civil Liberties Union, the League of Women Voters and the NAACP’s state and Detroit branches.READ MORE: FDA Advisers Vote To Recommend Authorization Of Pill To Treat COVID-19
A staff report released Friday estimates that 321,000 valid signatures were turned in. Roughly 315,000 are needed. The report came after the state conducted a larger sample of signatures because an initial sample was inconclusive.READ MORE: 'Georgia's Defense Is Just So Good': CBS Sports’ Houston Nutt Previews SEC And Conference USA Championships
The bipartisan Board of State Canvassers still must vote to certify the initiative.MORE NEWS: Whitmer Seeks $300M For COVID-19 Testing At Michigan Schools
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