Town hall Wednesday evening focuses on Prop 2’s changes to voting practices

May 15, 2024

HART — To help voters be more informed about changes in voting practices in Michigan as a result of the passage of Prop 2 in 2022, the Manistee League of Women Voters is sponsoring a town hall in Wednesday, May 15, at 7 p.m. at the large conference room of the Oceana County Annex Building, 844 S. Griswold St. A half-hour slideshow reviewing the changes will be followed by a question/answer session with Oceana County Clerk Amy Anderson.

The league was founded as a non-partisan organization to encourage newly-franchised women to be informed voters. “For the past 100 years, we have continued to provide free, non-partisan information to all citizens to help them be more informed when casting their ballot,” states a press release from the league. “We view this town hall as another opportunity to help community members understand the impact their vote has on our local government.”


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