State Rep. Ann Bollin today helped the Legislature approve a new state budget plan, overcoming the financial challenges posed by COVID-19 and protecting funding for priorities like education, roads and the essential services provided by local communities.
State Rep. Ann Bollin today said the Michigan Legislature has filed a renewed motion to intervene in a lawsuit against the Secretary of State, fighting a Court of Claims decision that would require local clerks to count ballots received in the mail up to two weeks after Election Day.
State Rep. Ann Bollin today said the Secretary of State is just creating a distraction under the guise of election security, and instead should be focused on getting ballots programmed and printed correctly and protecting the integrity of Michigan’s elections.
State Rep. Ann Bollin today testified in support of her plan to help deter voter fraud in Michigan by making it a felony to knowingly fill out an absentee ballot application with another person’s information.
Rep. Ann Bollin of Brighton Township today said a safe, full reopening of Michigan’s economy is needed to stabilize the state budget and preserve essential public services over the long term.
State Rep. Ann Bollin, of Brighton Township, today said responding effectively and with integrity to meet the demands of future crises is paramount to keeping Michigan residents safe and cultivating their trust in state government.
State Rep. Ann Bollin today joined the Legislature in approving a bipartisan agreement to help get Michigan students safely back to school – whether it’s in-person, online or a hybrid approach.
State Rep. Ann Bollin of Brighton Township will host district office hours on Aug. 17 to meet with residents in Livingston County. “Meeting with people in our community and hearing their thoughts and ideas is one of the most vital – and most enjoyable – parts of my job as your state representative,” Bollin said. […]
State Rep. Ann Bollin today said an initial inquiry into the Whitmer administration’s approval of a no-bid contract with a partisan political software vendor has been completed by the Michigan Auditor General’s Office, and she is seeking additional information as a result. The review, completed by the Auditor General’s Office at Bollin’s request, showed Great […]
State Rep. Ann Bollin, of Brighton Township, this week participated in a Children’s Services Agency virtual town hall. Bollin was joined by JooYeun Chang, Executive Director of Michigan’s Children’s Services Agency, and Doug Williams, Southeast Regional Director for Michigan’s Children’s Services Agency. Rep. Bollin was tapped by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services […]
Solutions in the works to help clerks address increase in absentee voting State Rep. Ann Bollin today emphasized that Michigan’s elections are safe and secure, and local clerks have made adjustments to prepare for an expected increase in absentee ballots – despite comments from state and federal officials that seem to imply otherwise. Bollin, who […]
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