10/8: The Public Interest Legal Foundation is investigating how 200 votes in Michigan were thrown out and if this problem goes beyond the state.
9/24: Michigan city clerk Sherikia Hawkins has been charged with six counts of felony voter fraud, stemming from the alteration of 193 ballots during the 2018 midterms.
9/6: Michigan’s Democrat Attorney General Dana Nessel allegedly admitted to employing Ukrainian hackers to ensure she won a close 2018 election.
8/22: The Michigan Republican Party is suing to keep the state from creating an independent redistricting commission.
8/14: Michigan is considering a bill that will allow noncitizens to acquire driver’s licenses, which could lead to election fraud.
6/19: Democratic group Priorities USA’s efforts to collect voter data in Michigan were so unprecedented that concerned state officials contacted the FBI.
5/27: ACRU General Counsel Ken Klukowski reports on the Supreme Court’s decision to block lower court orders in Michigan and Ohio, pending their ruling on the constitutionality of the redistricting process.
5/24: The Supreme Court halted decisions issues by the lower courts in Michigan and Ohio cases, pending their decision on whether gerrymandering is protected under the constitution.
5/6: Michigan will be the third state to bring a gerrymandering case before the US Supreme Court.