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Contact resources for suspected incidents of Voter Intimidation in Michigan

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Voter intimidation is a serious charge to raise against any resource or entity. During the upcoming General Election on November 6th, where votes across our country will be cast deciding who's President of the United States for the next four years. 

Sadly, questionable interest groups of candidates who suspect running a fair and just election would not fall to their ultimate quest to win; might cheat, instill fear or worse threaten certain classifications of voters denying inherent rights to check ballots for the candidate of their choice.

With such, each charge of possible voter intimidation should be vigilantly investigated, and incidents of non-compliance with either State or Federal Election Legislation should be prosecuted to the fullest extend of the law.

Volunteer organizations and groups across the country, including Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law – a non-partisan coalition, via Election Protection Coalition worked throughout primary election day Tuesday, August 7th, to ensure that each charge of possible voter intimidation was investigated by resources professionally trained in election law procedures. 

Organizations similar to Michigan's Election Protection Coalition should be commended for their work, ensuring each voters' success in casting ballots for the candidate(s) of their choice.

In other cases, opportunities for media resources to gain "page or Nielsen rating views" cited suspected incidents voter intimidation prior to fact-checking administrative officials responsible for managing easy of access at polls, should be equality researched for authenticity of information provided. 

Michigan Secretary of State Spokesperson, Fred Woodhams provided this information to ROJS News for voters who experience suspected cases of intimidation, discrimination, harassment or fraud at polling locations during the General Election November 6th or otherwise when voting.


If you witness efforts to commit any kind of fraud or corruption in the voting process, you may report this to the Michigan Department of State’s Bureau of Elections at 1-800-292-5973

If you witness actual or attempted acts of discrimination or intimidation in the voting process, you may report this to the Civil Rights Division of the United States Department of Justice at 1-800-253-3931.

"Election Protection-You have the Right to Vote" will field calls for any cases of difficultly with accessing the polls. Their contact information is 866-OUR-VOTE or download an app for your smartphone to report from a polling precinct immediately.

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