3 proposals on Michigan ballots this upcoming election

Published: Oct. 27, 2022 at 6:55 PM EDT
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(WNDU) - Michigan voters will weigh in on three statewide ballot proposals that would amend the Michigan Constitution.

Proposal 1 would allow lawmakers to serve up to 12 years in the state legislature. They would be allowed to spend all those years in either the House or Senate.

Proposal 2 is a wide-ranging constitutional amendment that would affect elections. Voting “yes” would allow nine days of early in-person voting, add an absentee ballot box in every city, and allow clerks to accept outside donations to fund their elections.

Proposal 3 will decide the future of abortions. Voting “yes” would amend the state’s constitution to include protection for “reproductive freedom” and invalidate a 91-year-old ban.

To read the full language of each proposal, click here. Election Day is Nov. 8.