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HB 5881 - Amends Sentencing Guidelines for Absentee Voting Law Violations - Michigan Key Vote

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Title: Amends Sentencing Guidelines for Absentee Voting Law Violations

Vote Smart's Synopsis:

Vote to pass a bill that establishes Class E felony sentencing guidelines for violations of absentee voter laws.

Highlights:

 

  • Specifies that knowingly filling out an absent voter ballot application and without consent submitting that absent voter ballot application containing another person’s name and information will result in a Class E felony (Sec. 11d).

  • Specifies that knowingly filling out and submitting an absent voter ballot application with the internet to obtain multiple absent voter ballots for a person will result in a Class E felony (Sec. 11d).

  • Specifies that voting both in person and by absentee ballot will result in a Class E felony (Sec. 11d).

  • Specifies that organizing a meeting where absentee voter ballots are to be voted will result in a Class E felony (Sec. 11d).

  • Specifies that providing compensation to a person for registering individuals to vote will result in a Class  E felony (Sec. 11d).

  • Specifies that Class E felonies carry a maximum penalty of 5 years in prison (Sec. 11d).

See How Your Politicians Voted

Title: Amends Sentencing Guidelines for Absentee Voting Law Violations

Vote Smart's Synopsis:

Vote to pass a bill that establishes Class E felony sentencing guidelines for violations of absentee voter laws.

Highlights:

 

  • Specifies that knowingly filling out an absent voter ballot application and without consent submitting that absent voter ballot application containing another person’s name and information will result in a Class E felony (Sec. 11d).

  • Specifies that knowingly filling out and submitting an absent voter ballot application with the internet to obtain multiple absent voter ballots for a person will result in a Class E felony (Sec. 11d).

  • Specifies that voting both in person and by absentee ballot will result in a Class E felony (Sec. 11d).

  • Specifies that organizing a meeting where absentee voter ballots are to be voted will result in a Class E felony (Sec. 11d).

  • Specifies that providing compensation to a person for registering individuals to vote will result in a Class  E felony (Sec. 11d).

  • Specifies that Class E felonies carry a maximum penalty of 5 years in prison (Sec. 11d).

Title: Amends Sentencing Guidelines for Absentee Voting Law Violations

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