Voters asked about photo identification, same-day registration, and if previously incarcerated people are eligible to vote.
False claims of election fraud and mismanagement in Detroit were heightened because the city is majority Black, says Michigan’s former elections director.
The head of Detroit’s Census effort says the federal team behind the count was disorganized and aloof. Just 51 percent of Detroit responded; federal funding loss could force cuts.
The voting machine manufacturer debunks claims of voter fraud in Detroit.
Newly elected state Rep. Abraham Aiyash found himself at the center of a vicious Islamophobic online attack following the Wayne County Board of Canvassers meeting where two Republican canvassers initially refused to certify Detroit’s election.
During the coronavirus pandemic, Detroit’s grassroots organizations turned to social media influencers and relational organizing to increase voter turnout.
Certifying Detroit elections now involves extreme politics. This week, two Republican members of the bipartisan Wayne County Board of Canvassers remade election administration. This is not how it used to be.
Detroit, the state’s largest city, labors under an election law that officials say undermines the integrity of the vote and, in past elections, made most precincts ineligible for a recount.
Pro-Trump activists descended on the TCF center in downtown Detroit to ‘stop’ city election workers from counting absentee ballots. Workers said the protesters were ‘belligerent’ and counting slowed but was it voter suppression?
Detroit election workers will count over 180,000 absentee ballots at TCF Center downtown. The Detroit City Clerk says final election results may not be in until the end of the week.