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Link to:MPPS Report: Michigan local leaders expect increased challenges for the 2020 election, but are confident about administering accurate elections
Oct 05, 2020
This report presents the opinions of Michigan’s township and city officials on issues related to election[...]

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2017 Spring Q12a

Overall, to what extent would you say you are confident in: the ability of your jurisdiction to administer an accurate election?

2017 Spring Q12b

Overall, to what extent would you say you are confident in: the ability of the County Clerk's office to administer an accurate recount, if needed?

2017 Spring Q13a

The State of Michigan is requiring cities and townships to update their voting equipment by August 2018, and says it will provide funding to cover most - or all - of the up-front costs. Cities and townships will pay for any remaining cost beyond the State's contribution, and for extended service and maintenance after 5 years. To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements about this initiative? New equipment will be worth new costs to my jurisdiction.

2017 Spring Q13b

The State of Michigan is requiring cities and townships to update their voting equipment by August 2018, and says it will provide funding to cover most - or all - of the up-front costs. Cities and townships will pay for any remaining cost beyond the State's contribution, and for extended service and maintenance after 5 years. To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements about this initiative? New equipment will significantly improve election administration in my jurisdiction.

2017 Spring Q10a

To what extent, if any, would you say the following have or have not recently been problems with election administration in your jurisdiction? The cost of election administration on your jurisdiction's budget

2017 Spring Q13c

The State of Michigan is requiring cities and townships to update their voting equipment by August 2018, and says it will provide funding to cover most - or all - of the up-front costs. Cities and townships will pay for any remaining cost beyond the State's contribution, and for extended service and maintenance after 5 years. To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements about this initiative? The State's cost-sharing approach is appropriate.

2017 Spring Q10b

To what extent, if any, would you say the following have or have not recently been problems with election administration in your jurisdiction? Long wait times for any voters

2017 Spring Q14

Overall, to what extent do you support or oppose the State's initiative to have cities and townships update their voting equipment?

2017 Spring Q10c

To what extent, if any, would you say the following have or have not recently been problems with election administration in your jurisdiction? Election equipment failures/malfunctions

2017 Spring Q15

If cities and townships in Michigan were given the option to ask their County to administer elections on their behalf, would you support or oppose having your county government administer your jurisdiction's elections?

2017 Spring Q10d

To what extent, if any, would you say the following have or have not recently been problems with election administration in your jurisdiction? Inaccurate voter registration lists

2017 Spring Q17a

To what extent would you support or oppose the following possible changes to election administration in Michigan? Synchronize Michigan voter lists with other states' lists

2017 Spring Q10e

To what extent, if any, would you say the following have or have not recently been problems with election administration in your jurisdiction? Reliable internet connectivity for communication with the Secretary of State

2017 Spring Q17b

To what extent would you support or oppose the following possible changes to election administration in Michigan? Pre-registration of 16-year-olds (e.g., when they get their driver's licenses)

2017 Spring Q10f

To what extent, if any, would you say the following have or have not recently been problems with election administration in your jurisdiction? Disturbances at polling places (e.g., inappropriate campaigning, voter intimidation, etc.)

2017 Spring Q17c

To what extent would you support or oppose the following possible changes to election administration in Michigan? Stricter regulation of voter registration drives (e.g., volunteer certification required)

2017 Spring Q10g

To what extent, if any, would you say the following have or have not recently been problems with election administration in your jurisdiction? Recruiting poll workers with necessary skills (e.g., computer skills)

2017 Spring Q17d

To what extent would you support or oppose the following possible changes to election administration in Michigan? Allow same-day voter registration (on Election Day)

2017 Spring Q10h

To what extent, if any, would you say the following have or have not recently been problems with election administration in your jurisdiction? Recruiting enough poll workers (regardless of their skills)

2017 Spring Q17e

To what extent would you support or oppose the following possible changes to election administration in Michigan? Absentee voting with no excuse required