top of page

Clubs (Local (S.E.MI) / MI-wide / National):

Not everyone can serve on an Official GOP Committee (there are only so many positions), nor attend all such meetings. GOP Clubs provide a great GRASSROOTS extension to the Party and opportunity for additional involvement and sources of information, activities, to help involve the Base - especially new folks to get their feet wet before potentially deciding to take the step to becoming an Official GOP Precinct Delegate (as discussed in W12NLv2021-2: and as discussed on MICD12GOP / TAKE ACTION / Become a Delegate page, and we should support their efforts.

EIF (Election Integrity Fund):

This information compiled April 2021 - All Rights Reserved to Club, details may change without notice

Election Integrity Fund  (Janice Daniels (Communications Dir.))

The Election Integrity Fund group is a 503(c)4 non-partisan organization that was formed in September of 2020, in an effort to try to ensure free and fair elections in Michigan.


We actually did a yeoman’s job of coordinating volunteers to work as poll challengers at eight different Absentee Ballot Counting Board polling locations across five counties: Genesee, Macomb, Oakland, Washtenaw and Wayne, for the November 3, 2020 elections. The results of that election process made it clear to us that we have many problems related to our elections in Michigan that need true citizen oversight.  

We have received an incredible amount of interest in supporting our efforts, so we want to take this noble effort forward into future elections.

This year, at the Election Integrity Fund (EIF) organization, we are working diligently to set up processes and programs that we can offer to citizens like you and me, who are deeply concerned about ensuring transparency and trustworthiness in all elections in Michigan ... and by extension, across this great country of ours. 

If you agree to join the Election Integrity Fund organization, you will receive regular communications from us that will give all of us the tools that we need to accomplish our goal of supporting election integrity.

We are being asked often what people can do right now to advance the cause of election integrity.  My answer is multi-faceted, as follows:  

You can join our Team by going to and clicking on the JOIN THE TEAM portal button found on the home page.  

It would also be important for you to help us recruit volunteers to
join the Election Integrity Fund by asking them to go to the same
website and sign up.  


As a general suggestion of what we all should be doing right now, we should all be calling our State House and Senate representative on a weekly basis to remind them that many of us are watching the votes that they take with regard to any and all bills that are brought forward concerning election reform.    

The phone number for your legislators can be found on this website:,4669,7-192--86050--,00.html  

Then, of course, it is critically important that we receive donations from everyone who can afford to send a donation.  All of us within the Election Integrity Fund organization are willingly working as unpaid volunteers, at this time, because we know the importance of this work.


The funds that we receive are being used to purchase organizational materials
and to support worthy causes that will build our strong presence within the


As an example, we have already made significant donations to Matthew DePerno, Esq, the attorney handling the critically important legal issues surrounding the Antrim County forensic audit that could have statewide implications.  You can make a donation to the Antrim County Legal Defense Fund through our donation portal.  

And finally, please pray for the success of the Election Integrity Fund and pray for the success of this great experiment in self-government that we call the United States of America.    

Thank you again for being a part of this great community of concerned Michigan citizens.
[Editors note: Janice Daniels’ (2019-2020) WAAM Radio Show Archives:]


Clubs pages republished with persmission from Wayne-12CDRC Newsletter 2021-4 (Apr 2021) Edition:


Contact MICD12GOP: MICD12GOP Contact form
Looking to Contact other Districts? 
Entire list of District Chairs (2021 list) (click/check here)
Washtenaw County:
Wayne County: email:

bottom of page