SOS Benson: Register In Person At Local Clerk To Vote In Aug. 3 ElectionThe Aug. 3 election is just 12 days away, and officials are urging everyone to get registered to vote now.
Whitmer, Benson Defend Election Integrity Amid Trump AttacksGov. Gretchen Whitmer encouraged people to take advantage of their right to cast an absentee ballot for any reason, including in person at their clerk's office, to reduce the risk of exposure to the coronavirus at a polling place on Election Day.
Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson: You Shouldn't Rely On Postal Service For Absentee BallotsMichigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson says you shouldn't rely on the postal service for absentee ballots. 
94-Year-Old Woman Travels 300 Miles To Cast Her Vote In DetroitA 94-year-old woman is showing just how important it is to vote this year, by traveling 300 miles to cast her vote in Detroit.
Gov. Whitmer Urges Michiganders To Request Absentee Ballots For Upcoming General ElectionGovernor Gretchen Whitmer held a press conference Wednesday afternoon providing updates on the State's response to COVID-19.
Woman Charged With Felony For Forging Absentee Ballot ApplicationA Plymouth Township woman is facing felony charges for forging at absentee ballot application.
Voter Information for Next Week's Michigan Primary ElectionThe Michigan primary is next Tuesday, August 4th. While the presidential primary has already taken place in March, there are some key spots up for grabs.
It's Not Too Late: Absentee Voters Can Vote Again If Favorite Candidate Is OutVoters who used an absentee ballot for Michigan's March 10 presidential primary election can change their preference and vote again.
Official: Charges Possible In Dearborn Heights Ballot FlapA state official says unusual requests for absentee ballots in a Detroit suburb could lead to criminal charges.
Smart Phone App Will Provide Detroit Voters With Access To Absentee Ballot It's a new way to get an absentee ballot for the August primary in Detroit.
Mich. House Approves Bills To Tighten Voting LawsThe Republican-led Michigan House passed several measures Tuesday aimed at tightening state election laws that backers say would protect against voter fraud and critics counter would create obstacles to voting.