Immediately and permanently cease funding, directly or through conduit entities, any super PAC or other political committee that works to promote the election of any Michigan state legislator who supports voter suppression bills, unless all such bills and the “Secure MI Vote” effort (better-termed “Suppress MI Vote”) are withdrawn before passage (list below).
Any of these officials can take themselves off the list by publicly committing that they have changed their position and will vote against any voter suppression bill, including the “Suppress MI Vote” initiative when it is presented to the state legislature.
Never again fund, directly or through conduit entities, a political committee (including campaign committees, super PACs, and others) that is controlled by or otherwise working to support the election of officials who have approved voter suppression bills passed in any state, including state legislators and governors in their current or future offices.
Never employ in a senior position, following their time in office, any elected official that has approved or voted in support of a voter suppression bill that goes into law or give significant contracts to businesses owned by these individuals.
Never employ in a senior position, the senior staff of any elected official that has approved or voted in support of a voter suppression bill that goes into law or give significant contracts to businesses owned by these individuals.
Never again fund, directly or through conduit entities, any of the 147 federal legislators who voted to overturn a legitimate presidential election on Jan 6, 2021 (list below).
Withdraw from any industry association that doesn’t make the same commitments.
The 79 Members of the Michigan Legislature
who authored, cosponsored or voted for the voter suppression bills
“*The worst voter suppression bills that went to a floor vote in either chamber (HCR 5, S 285, S 303, S 304, SR 25) or came into office since those bills received a vote but have taken a public position propagating the Big Lie or backing voter suppression measures