2 Metro-Detroit S.O.S. Branches Remain Closed In Covid Outbreak, Appointments Still Months AheadBefore the pandemic, walk-in wait times could last for hours but now, you could be waiting for months.
Benson: Michigan Voting Bills More Restrictive Than GeorgiaMichigan’s top election official on Thursday blasted Republican-backed voting bills that are pending in the Legislature, calling them an “un-American” affront to voters and saying some would be more restrictive than a controversial new law in Georgia.
New SOS Online, Self-Service Options Coming In MarchCustomers will now be able to renew or replace their driver’s licenses and IDs at any of our more than 130 new self-service stations across the state, and renew or replace their enhanced licenses and IDs online.
SOS Jocelyn Benson Pushes To Make Voting EasierMichigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson said in a call with media that she’s looking to keep that momentum going and make it easier to vote.
Here's What Trump Said About Michigan During Phone Call With Georgia Secretary Of StateDuring a phone call with Georgia's Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger on Saturday, President Donald Trump made unsubstantiated claims about his loss in Michigan to Democratic President-elect Joe Biden.
SOS Benson Says She Will Not Appear In House Oversight Committee HearingMichigan's Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson says she will not testify in a house oversight committee hearing.
Bureau Of Elections To Complete Statewide Audit By Mid-JanuaryMichigan's Bureau of Elections will conduct an audit of the state's election results.
Michigan SOS Plans To Intervene In Atrium County Voter Fraud LawsuitMichigan's Secretary of State is preparing to intervene in a voter fraud lawsuit filed in Atrium County.
Michigan Secretary Of State Speaks Out On Threats, Acts Of IntimidationSecretary Benson is speaking out about the encounter and says threats and acts of intimidation won’t change the outcome of the election.
Here's Why Over 15K Absentee Ballots Were Rejected In Michigan During The Nov. 3 ElectionMichigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson said more than 15,000 absentee ballots were rejected during the Nov. 3 election.
Secretary Benson: Michigan’s Count Can Be TrustedOver five million votes were cast in Michigan. Roughly three million were absentee and as the tallies pour in from Michigan’s 83 counties, Secretary Jocelyn Benson says every vote is valid and accurate.