State Rep. Doug Wozniak of Shelby Township today issued the following statement praising the Legislature’s oversight committees for issuing a subpoena to Michigan’s Bureau of Elections in response to questions about the integrity of Michigan’s presidential election:
“The public must be able to have confidence that our elections are conducted in a fair and secure fashion, so they can trust in the results. Unfortunately, that does not seem to be the case for the many residents who have contacted me with concerns that stem from news reports of poll challengers being denied access to ballot counting locations, windows being covered up to prevent people from watching the tabulating process, and software errors mistakenly awarding votes to a candidate as they were counted.
“For this reason, I support a full, independent audit of the election to provide needed clarity to concerned residents and give everyone confidence in the results. I also applaud the Legislature’s oversight committees for holding hearings to look into our state’s voting and counting process. As elected representatives of the people, it is our responsibility to provide Michigan voters with complete transparency and a thorough investigation to make sure future elections run more smoothly.”
Rep. Doug Wozniak continues his staunch advocacy of government transparency as he expresses support for a 10-bill package heard in the House Oversight Committee, of which Wozniak is a member, earlier today.
Rep. Wozniak today expressed disappointment for the way Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) have handled nursing home visitation polices throughout the COVID-19 pandemic
Rep. Doug Wozniak today is urging U.S. Attorney General Monty Wilkinson to investigate Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s COVID-related nursing home policies that allowed contagious coronavirus patients to be housed with elderly Michigan residents.
State Rep. Doug Wozniak, of Shelby Township, today helped the House approve a comprehensive COVID-19 recovery plan to get kids back in classrooms, help struggling families and job providers, and improve the state’s flawed vaccine distribution program.