More than 500 local units of government in Michigan do not have clerks who are fully accredited to run an election, according to an audit released Friday. Michigan Auditor General Doug Ringler found that 32 counties, 83 cities and 426 townships lack fully accredited clerks. The finding, part of an audit of the Bureau of Elections at the Michigan Secretary of State, raises questions about Michigan’s election readiness heading into 2020. Paul Egan, Detroit Free Press.
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