Experiencing voter intimidation on Election Day? We want to hear from you

Posted at 10:24 AM, Nov 03, 2020

(WXYZ) — If you witness or experience voter intimidation at your precinct on Election Day, let us know.


Send videos or photos to with the name and location of your precinct.

"Voter intimidation is still illegal in Michigan,” state Attorney General Nessel said. “Those who attempt to deter or interfere with someone trying to exercise the fundamental right to vote will be held accountable to the fullest extent of the law.”

Additionally, the state encourages to report any instances of voter intimidation to the Michgian Department of the Attorney General by calling 517-335-7659 or emailing

The Justice Department is also taking complaints on possible violations of voting rights laws from voters across the country. You can contact Civil Rights Division personnel by filling out a complaint form on their website: or by calling toll-free: 800-253-3931. Any complaints regarding possible violations to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) can be submitted by calling the toll-free ADA information line at 800-514-0301 or 800-514-0383, or you can submit a complaint through the department’s ADA website: