Michigan ranks 28th overall among the 50 states and Washington D-C, when it comes to voter access and “effective representation.”
The ranking is contained in the Center for American Progress Action Fund’s “Health of State Democracies Report.”
Michigan received an “F” grade for voter accessibility, as it was ranked 48th.
The report cited Michigan for not having “pre-registration” for teens or online registration, and also the absence of no-reason absentee voting.
Michigan was one of 15 states that got a failing grade for voter accessibility.
The Center for American Progress labels itself a “progressive public policy research and advocacy organization.”