Voter Turnout In Detroit Gets A Slow Start On Election DayThe Detroit Department of Elections announced two-thirds of voters will go the absentee route in 2021, leading to a slow stream of voters on Election Day.
Election Day: What You Need To Know Polls open Tuesday at 7:00 am and will close at 8:00 pm.
Michigan Gov. Whitmer vetoes stricter voter ID, election billsMichigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on Friday vetoed Republican-sponsored legislation that would have toughened in-person voter identification rules and required people to include additional information, such as their driver's license number on absentee ballot applications.
Voters In 21 States Can Register And Vote On Election Day, Including MichiganU.S. Vote Foundation today released a comprehensive list of the 21 states where unregistered voters can still exercise their right to vote in tomorrow's election.
Local Law Enforcement Will Not Tolerate Voter Intimidation On Election DaySheriff's in Wayne, Oakland and Macomb Counties wants voters to know they will be safe while casting their votes tomorrow, and voter intimidation will not be tolerated.
Marshalls Stores In Detroit, Dearborn Board Up Windows Ahead Of Election DayThe Dearborn Police Department said in a Facebook post, many residents expressed concerns as to why the store's windows were boarded.
Court Won't Back Gun Ban Outside Michigan Polling PlacesThe Michigan appeals court on Thursday rejected an appeal from a Democratic state official who wants to ban the open carry of guns outside polling places.
Krispy Kreme To Give Away Donuts, Election Stickers On Nov. 3Krispy Kreme is giving away a sweet incentive on Election Day as more voters head to the polls.
Detroit NAACP Says It Will Monitor Polls For Voter IntimidationDetroit's NAACP chapter announced it would monitor polls on Election Day for voter intimidation.
Confusion Remains Over Election Poll BanOn one hand Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson says her office has the power to restrict voters from bringing guns to the polls on Election Day. On another hand the director of the Michigan Association of Chiefs of Police say there is no act in the state’s constitution that gives police the authority to enforce the order.
Michigan Bans Open Carry Of Guns At Polling Sites On Election DayMichigan's Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson announced Friday the state will not allow the open carrying of guns at polling places, clerk's offices and other locations where absentee ballots are counted.
Michigan Voters Speak Out During Election DayMichiganders came out in large numbers earlier Tuesday to make their voices heard this election year.
Here's Why Absentee Voting Is Up In MichiganAccording to the Secretary of State there’s a 96 percent increase for voters placing their ballots ahead of election day.
Election Day 2019: Here's What Michigan Voters Need To KnowTuesday, Nov. 5 is Election Day. Here's what you need to know about casting your vote in Michigan.
Election Day: Mayoral Races, Proposals, Millages And MoreThe polls opened at 7 a.m. and will close at 8 p.m. on Election Day in metro Detroit, with voter turnout expected to be light.