Michigan deserves financial transparency from its statewide elected officials and term limits that lead to strong leadership and good government. Michigan and Idaho are the only two states in the country that do not require their state elected officials to file personal financial disclosures and our term limits law hasn’t been updated in three decades. Michigan can and must do better!
A bipartisan coalition, chaired by former Michigan Chamber of Commerce President Rich Studley and former Michigan AFL-CIO President Mark Gaffney, has come together to form Voters for Transparency and Term Limits. The ballot committee is proposing a constitutional amendment that would promote financial transparency and reduce term limits.