Posted Friday, Oct. 30, 2020
Message from Huron Township Clerk Jeremy Cady regarding weapons at polling locations:
Here are the rules/laws for Huron Township regarding firearms in polling locations.
No firearms in Precincts 1,3,4,5,& 6. They are either schools or places of worship, and those entities have “no weapon” policies on their properties.
Precinct number 2 will permit open carry or licensed concealed carry because THAT IS THE LAW. It is a Township (public) owned building.
HOWEVER, it is the RESPONSIBILITY of the person carrying the firearm to know Michigan’s Firearm Law. DO NOT ARGUE WITH VOLUNTEER POLL WORKERS ON FIREARM LAWS. Call my office if you have a problem.
Protect your own gun rights by being educated and not looking to make a point. Carry wisely, legally and safely. I support the 2nd Amendment wholeheartedly, but I also believe in personal responsibility.
Police will be in each precinct.
This is your community too…VOTE SAFE.
Jeremy R. Cady
Huron Charter Township
Clerk Jeremy Cody, If information is going to be put out in mass like this, please ensure to put out all the correct information. In Michigan it is legal to open carry a firearm at a school provided you have a state issued CPL. I am sure our great local law enforment officers and chief know this. So please ensure to educate yourself or put out all the correct information.