Nonpartisan Analyses of Nov. 8 Statewide Ballot Proposals
(Michigan Townships Association, orig. Oct. 26, 2022)
Lansing, MI – Michigan Townships Association has shared ballot proposal information from the Senate and House Fiscal Agencies.
Michigan voters will be asked on Nov. 8 to decide whether to adopt three proposals to amend the Michigan Constitution. Proposal 2022-1 would require financial disclosure for state elected officials and modify legislative term limits. Proposal 2022-2 would modify elections and expand voter rights. Proposal 2022-3 would establish an individual right to reproductive freedom. Nonpartisan analysis of the three constitutional ballot proposals is available from the Senate and House Fiscal Agencies; these can be shared by elected officials and governmental entities as they do not urge a position of support or opposition.
Senate Fiscal Agency:
- Ballot Proposal 2022-1—Financial Disclosure and Term Limit Modifications
- Ballot Proposal 2022-2—Modification of Elections and Expansion of Voter Rights
- Ballot Proposal 2022-3—Constitutional Provisions regarding Reproductive Rights
House Fiscal Agency:
- Ballot Proposal 1 of 2022—Legislative Term Limits and Financial Disclosure by State Elected Officials
- Ballot Proposal 2 of 2022—Promote the Vote Petition
Oakland County Times offers candidate interviews for those running in our area. Find the list of interviews at https://oaklandcounty115.com/2022/06/03/2022-candidate-interviews-and-election-information/. Thank you to Pontiac Community Foundation for sponsoring this series.