By Edward Cardenas
SOUTHFIELD (CBS Detroit) – Election day is nearly upon voters in Michigan, and the website for the Michigan Secretary of State has a number of resources for those heading to the polls.READ MORE: Belle Isle Park Reopens Giant Slide Friday
The Michigan Voter Information Center allows voters to enter in their name, age and zip code to determine if they are registered to vote in Tuesday’s election.
Once the information is added, voters can find out if they are registered, view their sample ballot and see a map of their polling location.
By clicking on the link to the sample ballot, voters can see the candidates and proposals to be considered. Additionally, the sample ballot has hyperlinks to candidate’s websites.READ MORE: Woodward Dream Cruise Kicks Off This Weekend: What To Know
“As always, all registered voters are encouraged to go to the polls, cast a ballot, and have their voice heard on Election Day,” said Secretary of State Ruth Johnson, in a release.
The polls will be open on Election Day from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday.
Voters heading to the polls Tuesday will be asked to provide a valid photo identification, which include:
- A Michigan driver’s license or identification card,
- Driver’s license or personal identification card issued by another state,
- Federal or state government-issued photo identification,
- U.S. passport,
- Military identification card with photo,
- Student identification with photo from a high school or an accredited institution of higher education, such as a college or university,
- Tribal identification card with photo.
When voters are at the polls, the use of video cameras, still cameras and other recording devices are prohibited in the polls when they are open for voting. Additionally, voters are not allowed to display campaign-related materials at the polls including clothing and buttons, along with materials such as pamphlets, fliers and stickers.MORE NEWS: Federal Judge Retains Jurisdiction In Lawsuit Over Enbridge Pipeline
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