Unions were disappointed. Canadians were thrilled. All in all, reactions were varied as Michigan voters shot down all six statewide ballot proposals.
Unions were disappointed. Canadians were thrilled. All in all, reactions were varied as Michigan voters shot down all six statewide ballot proposals. (See all statewide election results here.) The six state proposals on the Nov. 6 ballot in Michigan were: How did you vote on these proposals?
Proposal 1, which appears on the Nov. 6 ballot, will ask voters to approve the Emergency Manager Law.
Voters will decide whether to allow the approval of the Emergency Manager Law in Michigan Nov. 6, when a state ballot proposal will ask for a referendum on Public Act 4 of 2011. The state Board of Canvassers placed the issue repealing the Emergency Manager Law on the Nov. 6 ballot, because it was directed to do so by the Michigan Supreme Court, according to the Citizens Research Council of Michigan. The law has been suspended since Aug. 8. The following language for proposal 12-1 will appear on the Nov. 6 ballot: This proposal would: Should this proposal be approved? If you vote: Yes – Should a majority of electors vote “Yes” on the referendum, the law will be reinstated. The law will allow state officials to identify and take action on …