Letters from the Election Supervisor

Did you get a letter from the Office of the Election Supervisor, asking you to verify contributions that you made to TDU or to the Sandy Pope Campaign?

These letters are part of a routine audit conducted by the Election Supervisor during the election period. All candidates are audited, as well as TDU, which is an independent committee.

By court order, all information about donors to TDU is kept confidential by the Election Supervisor. No information about donations to TDU, including membership dues, is made public.

If you have any questions about the letter you received, call the TDU office at 313-842-2600.


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