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Statement from Jake Rollow, spokesman for the Michigan Department of State, on President Trump's inaccurate tweet
"President Donald Trump's statement is false. The Bureau of Elections is mailing absent voter applications, not ballots. Applications are mailed nearly every election cycle by both major parties and countless advocacy and nonpartisan organizations. Just like them, we have full authority to mail applications to ensure voters know they have the right to vote safely by mail."
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MDOS, Department of Attorney General continue Road to Restoration clinic series in Muskegon
The Michigan Department of State (MDOS), Department of Attorney General, and community partners hosted a Road to Restoration clinic in Muskegon today, the latest in a series of clinics being held around the state to help drivers with suspended licenses complete the necessary steps to safely restore their driving privileges.
Statement from Secretary Benson on investigation of illegal access to ballot tabulators
Following the announcement that Attorney General Dana Nessel is seeking a special prosecuting attorney to consider charges in the investigation of illegal access to vote tabulation machines, Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson made the following statement:
Benson thanks election officials and workers for smooth election, outlines next steps
Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson thanked Michigan’s election officials and election workers for administering smooth and secure primary elections across the state
MDOS, Department of Attorney General and community partners launch second round of successful clinics to help suspended Michigan drivers
The Michigan Department of State (MDOS), Department of Attorney General, and community partners launched a new round of Road to Restoration clinics this week to help drivers with suspended licenses complete the necessary steps to safely restore their driving privileges.
Department of State takes action against driver education provider in Sault Ste. Marie
The Michigan Department of State (MDOS) has suspended the operations of a Brimley driving school after the provider was found to be in violation of the Driver Education Provider and Instructor Act.
Voters should return absentee ballot in person, via drop box
With two weeks remaining until the statewide primary election on Tuesday, Aug. 2, Michigan voters who have received but not yet returned their absentee ballot are encouraged to hand deliver it to a local drop box or their clerk's office to avoid postal delays.