MGTV Michigan Mock Election Project
Michigan Government TV (MGTV), in partnership with Leland Public Schools and the Michigan Center for Civic Education (MCCE), coordinated the MGTV Michigan Mock Election project this year. For the 2012 election, students voted online for the President, U.S. Senate, U.S. Congress, Michigan House of Representatives, Michigan Supreme Court and state ballot proposals (it was optional to vote in some, all or none of the Michigan races).
Election Results Announced
Here is the final list of registered Michigan schools for the 2012 Mock Election.
Results for President, U.S. Senate and Congress for Michigan are here
The Michigan Mock Election results for statewide races of Michigan House of Representatives, Michigan Supreme Court and the 6 ballot proposals were released Monday, November 5th. The final numbers for Michigan for the races of President, U.S. Senate and Congress have also been posted.
2012 Mock Election Facebook Group
Continue to stay plugged in to our education programs by joining our Facebook group. Follow this link to join the group. MGTV Teacher Education Group
2012 Mock Election Newsletters
Newsletter 1 – Topics include: Getting Registered & Tips for online voting
Newsletter 2 - Topics include: MGTV Forum Programs, Curriculum Resources, Practice Voting,
Newsletter 3 – Topics include: Michigan Supreme Court
Newsletter 4 – Topics include: How to register and Vote, Tips for online Voting, Election Results
Newsletter 5 - Topics include: Latest News on the Mock Election, Leland Rally, Election Results
Newsletter 6 – Delays in results from National Mock Election due to Hurricane Sandy
Newsletter 7 – Final results and teacher survey
Mock Election Curriculum Resources
An Election Curriculum Guide was created in 2010 to assist teachers with their Mock Elections. The guide provides a successful blueprint for pre-election activities and curriculum culminating in a mock election-style rally at your school.
-created by Ed Wodek, teacher, Leland Public School, Leland, MI
-curriculum by David Barr, Education Consultant for Michigan Government TV
Teacher resources were provided free of charge courtesy of the National Student Mock Election for 2012. The NSME provided these resources in conjunction with other organizations across the country.
MI Supreme Court Candidates (Republican Nominated)
Justice Stephen Markman, Judge Colleen O’Brien, Justice Brian Zahra
MI Supreme Court Candidates (Democratic Nominated)
Judge Shelia Johnson, Judge Connie Kelley, Bridget Mary McCormack
Proposal 3 – Renewable Energy
with Douglas Jester, Michigan Energy, Michigan Jobs & Ken Sikkema, Clean Affordable Renewable Energy (CARE)
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Watch the 2012 Mock Election Rally
This material is based on work supported by a grant from the U.S. Election Assistance Commission (EAC). Any opinion, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the EAC.