Secretary of State Ruth Johnson is encouraging Michigan to view their sample ballot prior to the Nov. 6 general election in order to help shorten lines on Election Day.
Hundreds of voters are taking advantage of the state of Michigan’s lenient absentee voting policy.
With just two weeks to go now before election day, many metro Detroiters are still fuzzy as to how they plan to vote.
If you want to cast a ballot in the November 6 General Election, Tuesday, Oct. 9 is the last day to register to vote.
A major win for the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) as a federal judge issues an injunction against the citizenship check off box.
Michigan’s Secretary of State believes there may be thousands of registered voters who can not legally vote.
Some area election officials are refusing Secretary of State Ruth Johnson’s call for them to put a question regarding U.S. citizenship on ballot applications.
With less than two months before the November election the NAACP has launched a campaign to register the estimated 2 million Michigan residents who are eligible to vote but are not registered.
To say the turnout has been light would be an understatement in Wednesday’s special election to fill the vacated seat of Congressman Thaddeus McCotter in Wayne County.
Some Detroit voters were very frustrated while trying to cast their ballots Tuesday morning on the city’s west side.