Michigan Redistricting Reform Initiative Likely to Make Ballot

According to the Associated Press, the initiative developing in Michigan that would reform the state government, including how district lines are drawn, looks like it will get enough signatures to make it to the ballot.

A spokeswoman for Reform Michigan Government Now said Tuesday the group expects to turn in more than 380,000 valid voter signatures next Monday, the deadline to qualify for the November election.

You can find previous coverage on the initiative here.

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