Some Republicans are calling for Donald Trump to step aside as the Republican presidential nominee. But that would not remove his name from the ballot in Michigan.
“There’s nothing in law to allow the Secretary of State, or anyone else, except a judge, to change the ballot.”
Woodhams says absentee ballots have already been finalized and mailed – which means voting has effectively begun in Michigan.
Lieutenant Governor Brian Calley has rescinded his Trump endorsement and says he’ll write in vice presidential nominee Mike Pence. But that vote won’t be counted unless Pence files an affidavit that he’s running a write-in campaign for president.