Executives from more than 30 Michigan-based companies have signed a letter voicing their concerns about a slew of election-altering bills in the Michigan State Legislature.
The letter, dated Tuesday, was signed by 37 CEOs, presidents, or chairpeople, including the heads of General Motors and the Ford Motor Company. It comes a day before the state Senate is supposed to start deliberations on more than 30 bills that would change the way elections are run within the state.
The group, which said it feels “a responsibility” to speak out about the proposed changes, explained, “The right to vote is a sacred, inviolable right of American citizens. Our democracy