Election’s Over – Now Fix the Problems

The election is over. The results are in, and here in Michigan, they’re not going to change.

What should, though, is the way Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson handles worries, accusations, claims and sworn affidavits about mistakes, fraud and malfeasance during the vote counting process.

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Biggest Loser on Election Night? Voters' Trust in the System

This column originally appeared in The Detroit News.

Donald Trump lost Michigan; we accept this.

Trump's loss and the swirl of controversy around it has handed Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson a unique opportunity, the no risk kind, and all upside with voters.

Will Benson seize this opportunity? To borrow an election night colloquialism, early returns don't look good.

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Freedom isn’t free, but it’s ours because Veterans paid the tab

Superheroes walk among us.

We had the occasion this week on Veterans’ Day to thank Michigan’s veterans of the United States Armed Forces, but a single day of gratitude has never been enough.

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Election Day Stunner: Pro-Freedom Majority Holds Michigan State House

Polling is dead. 

Republicans’ House majority, on the other hand…

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Benson Loses in Court Again… and Again

Four days until Election Day, and Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson keeps the tally running.

No, not the tally of votes – those won’t be counted until Tuesday night.

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Have you voted? Have your friends?

Have you voted?

Everything is on the line this November. No, not every office in the state – though most of them are up for grabs. Everything.
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Freedom Alert: Defend the Rule of Law

Watching Gov. Whitmer’s reaction to the Michigan Supreme Court ruling, it’s clear she didn’t watch enough Schoolhouse Rock when she was growing up. Instead of working with the legislature to enact laws, Gov. Whitmer chose to go it alone, building her COVID response on a foundation made of sand.

The court wisely ruled in favor of the Rule of Law, restoring the checks and balances of our government, and ending Gov. Whitmer’s unilateral control of our state. Whitmer’s response has been to hurl partisan insults, vilifying her coequal branches.
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Like Freedom? Choose Wisely November 3rd

Election Day is less than 3 weeks away, and everything’s on the line.

You’re probably thinking about the Presidential contest, or Michigan’s U.S. Senate race, but what you do locally will have just as big an effect on our state’s future.

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In the Trenches: Rule of Law Restored

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COVID-19 shows why Michigan must choose wisely this election

This column originally appeared in The Detroit News.

Republicans and Democrats all want safe, healthy communities. We want to beat the coronavirus, and until that day comes, we want to mitigate risks smartly to keep ourselves and loved ones healthy.

We tend to differ — in Lansing — regarding what we believe state government should or shouldn’t do to mitigate those risks. The good news for voters is they get a say Nov. 3.

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