News From Progress Michigan

September 26, 2012
Contact: Zack Pohl, (517) 999-3646,

As corrupt speaker urges NO votes on Proposals, Progress Michigan reminds voters about ongoing election fraud investigation
LANSING – In recent days, House Speaker Jase Bolger has taken it upon himself to offer Michigan voters his “Vote NO” recommendations on Proposals 2, 3, and 4. Today, Progress Michigan is launching a new website to remind voters that Bolger is currently being investigated by a one-person grand jury for election fraud. The new website at provides a straightforward answer to this simple question: “Probably.”

“As an elected official, it is perfectly reasonable to offer your opinion on the important issues facing voters,” said Zack Pohl, Executive Director of Progress Michigan. “However, if you’re actively being investigated by a grand jury for election fraud, then you shouldn’t be offering anyone advice on voting. Bolger should do the right thing and step down as Speaker.”

Progress Michigan has been holding Jase Bolger accountable since the public first found out about BolgerGate, with over 20,000 Michiganders already taking action demanding that he be held accountable.

Michiganders can take action here:

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