As Michigan’s next Secretary of State, I will push for election reform to make our elected officials more representative of the voting public and expand the inclusion of independent and third party …
Greg Stempfle has been involved in Michigan politics and the Libertarian Party for over 20 years. In that time, he has run for public office, been a campaign manager and treasurer, county chair and state party newsletter editor.
When the Libertarian Party of Michigan qualified for the 2018 primary election for the first time, Stempfle chaired the committee that redrafted the party bylaws to bring them up to date with current Michigan election law.
Repeal / Reform No Fault Auto Insurance Michigan drivers face some of the highest insurance rates in the country. Libertarians support repealing no-fault insurance and returning to a tort-based auto …
As Michigan’s next Secretary of State, I will be a strong supporter of expanding voting rights and making the registration and voting process easier. Below are some voting reforms I support, which …
Protect Voting Rights!
Reform Michigan Elections!
Repeal No Fault Auto Insurance!
While the Secretary of State is an administrative position and cannot change Michigan law, I will be a strong advocate for voting rights, election reform, and auto insurance reform. If you agree with my positions, please vote for Libertarian candidates for the Michigan Legislature and Governor, who ultimately have to power to make these necessary changes.
The most important responsibilities of the Secretary of State is to guarantee the fair administration of elections.
- I will be a strong supporter of expanding voting rights and making the registration and voting process easier.
- I will advocate for election reforms that will make our elected officials more representative of the voting public and expand the inclusion of independent and third party candidates.
The other major responsibility of the Secretary of State is overseeing vehicle registration, driver licensing, and auto insurance.
- I will advocate for reforming Michigan’s no fault auto insurance requirement, reducing fees, and streamlining services.
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