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Three Hours to Zoom@Noon

Updated: Nov 12, 2023

You're invited.


Friend,


Today at noon you’ll want to zoom in for MFE’s weekly call. So much to report! Learn what the media won’t tell you about yesterday’s elections. Hear how the worst legislation in our state’s history is being rammed Lansing's legislature.


Tim Vetter will announce the Clobber Report and provide an election postmortem. Jeff Schaeper will update us on national working group activities. Want training? Janine Iyer has stellar MFE webinars coming your way.


Beaming in from Georgia will be the famed Garland Favorito, who'll share his findings of suspicious—and eerily similar—politically motivated misbehavior. Arrests of presidential electors. Cloaking election transparency. Unlawful actions of their secretary of state. Sound familiar?


Our beloved Erick Kaardal, the renowned citizen rights attorney, will share breaking news in Michigan.


Join a project. Solve problems. Make a difference. Link and agenda below.


Yours in election integrity,


Patrice Johnson, chair

Michigan Fair Elections

patrice@mifairelections.org

 

You are invited to join MFE Zoom at Noon today. Members only. Sorry, no press.


 

Without free and fair elections, We the People lose our voices. Please donate to Michigan Fair Elections. Just $10 a month will go a long way toward helping restore integrity to elections throughout Michigan and neighboring states.


Thanks to the generosity of donors like you, East Lansing and Ypsilanti rescinded ordinances compelling campus-area landlords to hand out voter registration materials. Our research provided the basis for a case in which the judge found Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson guilty of misrepresenting election law in her elections manual. The day after we filed a letter demanding the city of Flint hire equal numbers of Republican and Democrat election inspectors, the clerk resigned. Currently, we have filed two cases to protect elections in Michigan and Pennsylvania. More are in the works.


Please support MFE's investigative research, honest journalism, and litigative actions to defend We the People's inalienable rights as protected in the U.S. Constitution. Donate today to assist our educational efforts to protect the principles of individual liberty in America.


Agenda

MFE Zoom@Noon

Michigan Fair Elections

12:00 PM to 1:00 PM, Nov. 9, 2023, via Zoom. Link:

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.


Patrice Johnson, Chair, Mich. Fair Elections


Sheree Ritchie

--Lansing's Leftist assault on free speech, EI, and property rights


Tim Vetter

--Announcing: Clobber Report

--Nov. 7 election postmortem


Jeff Schaeper

--Election Integrity Network (EIN) national workgroup meetings

--Why your donations matter


Janine Iyer

--Training webinars coming your way


Garland Favorito, VoterGA.org

--Georgia and Michigan share eerily suspicious behavior when it comes to politically motivated arrests of presidential electors, the cloaking of election transparency, and secretaries of state violating the law.


Erick Kaardal

--Breaking News & Progress Report: Suing the government to improve it


New business: Don’t miss this Saturday’s PIME meeting in Stockbridge (flyer below)


Next Task Force Coalition Meeting: Thurs., Nov. 16, 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM meeting. Recurring weekly link. Please download and import the following iCalendar (.ics) files to your calendar system: Please download and import the following iCalendar (.ics) files to your calendar system. Weekly: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/tZEucOqopz8sGdNYKcvyh8hDELFWbG9eNdwz/ics?icsToken=98tyKuGtrTwpGt2RthqARpwMA4_Cb_TxmCldjadzpTTmFTlbOgvSE85kBbBYSd3-



Don't miss this Saturday's PIME meeting:




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