Voice Your Opinion

Besides bridges and roads, schools will gain additional funds from the passage of Proposal 1 in May. Show your support for our schools by writing a letter to the editor encouraging others to become informed about this important ballot proposal.

Check out these sample letters and do stand up, speak out.

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Video Details
Guarantees

The Safe Roads Yes! coalition has created a new informational video detailing the guarantees outlined by Proposal 1 for fixing roads, funding schools and municipalities, and providing tax breaks for hard-working, low-income earners.  Watch it and please share with friends and neighbors in advance of the May 5 election.

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The Michigan Association of School Administrators (MASA) has created some neutral messaging for schools and municipalities for discussing the statewide ballot issue, Proposal 1.  See the MASA website for “What Every Citizen Should Know” materials, including a printable poster, postcards, flyer, a PowerPoint and sample press releases.

 
 

Why This

Election

Matters

The May 5 statewide ballot proposal presents an important decision for voters who care about road safety, education for kids and help for low-income families.  It’s critical that people who care about children, youth and families research these issues and take the time to vote.  The measure, if approved, will guarantee that fuel taxes will be used exclusively for transportation safety — better roads and bridges — and that additional sales tax dollars will go to schools, local governments, mass transit and restoring the Earned Income Tax Credit for struggling families.  More for roads, schools, communities and families.Remember. Children can’t vote. That’s why you should.

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The Michigan’s Children Sandbox Party is the state’s leading non-partisan grassroots advocacy network for children, youth and families. We advance state policies, practices and investments that support health, development and learning from cradle to career.

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