Civic Engagement

Community Power Building, Voting Rights Protection & Education, Democratic Institution Building

With the passage of Proposal 2 (Voters Not Politicians) and Proposal 3 (Promote the Vote) in 2018, there is no better time to engage on democracy and voting rights issues. Michigan LCV Ed Fund is building a comprehensive, statewide program for long-term collaboration with community groups in key areas to advance voting rights and wider civic engagement across the state for years to come.

The passage of same day voter registration, no excuse absentee voting and automatic registration when applying for a Michigan license or state ID — among other reforms — represent powerful tools for increasing participation in elections. 

To learn more about Michigan’s new voting laws please visit For more information on Michigan’s new Redistricting Commission please click here.

Together we can leverage our influence in Lansing and across the state to protect and promote access to the ballot for all eligible Michigan voters.

Questions? Email [email protected].



Your vote is your voice and your voice matters. Check out these resources to get involved:

Census Day is April 1st.

Check your mail for your household’s pin and go to the official census website to be counted!

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Check your voter registration status

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Apply to vote absentee

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Apply to be a redistricting commissioner

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Join the movement to protect the Great Lakes state

And we’ll show you two ways to help. Together, we can be a voice for change and protect Michigan’s land, air, water, public health, and democracy.