College Democrats at the Univ. of Mich. v. Johnson
Constitutional challenge to two laws in Michigan that make voting more difficult for college students. The first statute required that individuals who registered to vote for the first time by mail or third-party voter registration drive vote in-person. The second statute requires that an individual’s driver’s license address match her voter registration address. After the case was filed, the Secretary of State issued a directive informing elections officials that the statute requiring individuals to vote in-person is invalid. We reached an agreement with the Secretary of State to implement a public education campaign to encourage college student voter registration to help alleviate the confusion and burdens created by the law.