CALL TO ACTION: DEMAND CONSISTENT APPLICATION OF ELECTION LAW

Call to Action 

Please forward this message to your state legislators.

Demand the Legislature exercise its constitutional responsibility to oversee elections. Urge your legislator to tell Wayne County to either follow election law, or the Michigan Legislature will appoint authorities to temporarily administer Wayne County elections.

Friend,

There is not a crime, there is not a dodge, there is not a trick, there is not a swindle, there is not a vice which does not live by secrecy
― Joseph Pulitzer

The federal Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) guarantees citizen access to non-exempted government information. We each have a right by law and a duty, as a citizen of a republic, to demand transparency in our elections. 

Contact your legislators. Let them know Wayne County is defying federal and state laws. It is the Legislature’s responsibility to ensure free and fair elections and to fix election problems. (See A Supreme Court decision could radically reshape presidential elections and Independent State Legislature Doctrine)

Below, Tim Vetter, Election Integrity Force & Fund, asks Clerk Janice Winfrey why Wayne County’s reports are inconsistent with other counties? Why is Wayne breaching the law? Vetter presents evidence to support his claims:

City of Detroit-Official Election reporting results – November 2018, 2020, & 2022
 

Hi Janice Winfrey, 

I can not find any city of Detroit election results on your web site.

https://detroitmi.gov/government/city-clerk

 – Your web page to find election results.
 

https://detroitmi.gov/webapp/election-results

 – This link does not include the city of Detroit. County and State report totals for the city of Detroit do NOT provide absentee vote totals by Precinct as required by law.

I can not find what I am looking for at the county web site.  (see the below email)
Report totals do NOT provide absentee vote totals by Precinct as required by law.

I can not find what I am looking for at the state web site.
https://miboecfr.nictusa.com/cgi-bin/cfr/precinct_srch.cgi

– Report totals do NOT provide absentee vote totals by Precinct as required by law.

https://www.michigan.gov/sos/elections/election-results-and-data

 – Reporting does not report absentee votes by precinct for the city of Detroit.

I am looking to get city of Detroit election results per precinct for election years 2016, 2018, & 2020.  Can You help me? I would like an election report similar to the one attached from Oakland County.


Take Care,


Tim

Sent: Sunday, July 10, 2022 7:57 AM
To: clerkhelp@waynecounty.com
Subject: Wayne County Election “official” reporting results – November 2018, 2020, & 2022

Dear Wayne County Clerk,


I attached the official election result files from Oakland and Wayne Counties. I found these reports on their respective county’s web sites.

After opening each file you can clearly see a significant difference between the two files. I have four questions:


Can Wayne County report election results for each precinct as required by Michigan Election Law, Act 116 of 1954, section 168.765a?  If not why?

–If yes, please send me this revised election reporting information ASAP.


Can Wayne County report the 2018 & 2020 election results the same way as Oakland County? If not why?


Will Wayne County be reporting the 2022 election results the same way as Oakland County?  If not why?

–Include precinct election results (see the below Wayne County report screen shots which show missing precinct data)


Will Wayne County be reporting the 2022 election results the same way as Oakland County?  If not why?

Michigan Election Law states the following:

Take Care,


Tim

From Cheryl Videto

You are invited to “Election Law and the Township Clerk,” a meeting in Jackson County. This is not a regularly reoccurring meeting.

The gathering’s purpose is to bring the Jackson County Clerks, Precinct Delegates, County GOP/Commissioners, Sheriffs, and the public together to discuss election responsibilities and to highlight integrity issues as have been identified.

Thank you,

Reminder: Don’t miss tonight’s Electronic Tabulator Public Accuracy Test training at 7 p.m. (Mon., July 11) 

The Virginia Fair Elections (VFE) Coalition invites you to join a series of election integrity workshops every Monday evening at 7 p.m. via Zoom, through the end of July. VFE’s goal is to continue to provide practical training for election integrity task force leaders and volunteers on best practices and their application in order to provide a comprehensive understanding of the many facets of elections in Virginia.

REGISTER HERE: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZApd-qhpzIsG9JvhqhVf4m51Aqa3OMp66za

For election integrity in Michigan,

Patrice Johnson, Chair

pureintegrityforme@pureintegrityformichiganelections

Published by pureintegrityformichiganelections

Dedicated to restoring election integrity in Michigan.

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