Michigan: Voters must affirm citizenship on ballot application under bill signed by Snyder | Detroit Free Press
Voters won’t have to check a box affirming that they’re U.S. citizens when they go to vote in the future. But there will be a sentence on ballot applications affirming U.S. citizenship that every voter will have to sign before they get a ballot. After vetoing similar legislation in July, Gov. Rick Snyder signed a bill late Friday that requires the citizenship affirmation to be included on ballot applications. The amendment was included in a separate bill at about 2:30 a.m. on Dec. 14 in the final hours of legislature’s lame duck session.Full Article: Michigan voters must affirm citizenship on ballot application under bill signed by Snyder | Politics/Election 2012 | Detroit Free Press | freep.com.