Voters Not Politicians to Host Voter Access Town Hall with Local Flint Leaders

Town Hall will provide community with opportunity to hear about new voting laws and engage with various local leaders on voter engagement and ballot access

FLINT – On Tuesday, January 30th at 5:30pm, Voters Not Politicians Education Fund (Voters Ed Fund), in partnership with the North Flint Neighborhood Action Council and Concerned Pastors for Social Action, will host the “Flint Voter Access Town Hall” with local elected leaders to discuss how to navigate new changes to Michigan’s voting laws, address expectations of voter turnout, and answer questions from the community.

With just over a month before Michigan’s first election where new statewide voting laws will take place, Voters Not Politicians Education Fund is conducting a statewide education campaign to allow voters to hear directly from their elected officials and learn what has changed as a result of the passage of Prop 22-2. This civic engagement event will equip voters with the proper information to navigate the changes to ballot access and provide an opportunity to discuss voter turnout with various leaders in Flint. As the largest city in Genesee county, Flint serves a wide voter community, and this town hall is another means for Voters Ed Fund to improve voter education and ensure equal access for residents to vote in 2024 and beyond.

Speakers for this event will include Flint City Clerk Davina Donahue and Patrick McNeal (Director of North Flint Neighborhood Action Council). Following each speaker’s time allotted remarks, questions may be asked by event attendees.

The Flint Voter Access Town Hall is free and open to the public. Attendees are encouraged to register for the event. You can register here or at

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