The ‘Gander will have your on-the-ground look at what’s happening inside Michigan’s precincts during an extraordinary election.
MICHIGAN—We’re approaching a historic Election Day, ‘Ganders.
In the midst of a global pandemic in an unprecedented year, Michiganders are expected to break turnout records in the 2020 vote.
Michigan voters have been casting early ballots since September (check out some of your neighbors’ stories of voting below), and local city clerks have assembled new teams and updated machines to process ballots securely and efficiently (see exactly how they’ll do it here).
Polls are open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Nov. 3 and we’ll have our team of journalists on the ground, bringing you live updates from precincts across the state for the full picture at just how Michiganders have come together to pull off an extraordinary election.
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Oct. 16: A panel of three Republican judges appointed by former Gov. Rick Snyder reversed a lower court ruling that ensured all ballots postmarked before Election Day would be counted. Now, a ballot must be received by the local clerk by 8 p.m. election night, Nov. 3.
As a result, Michiganders voting absentee should drop their ballot off, either at their local clerk’s office or at a ballot drop box in their district.
Get the full story: Why You Really Need To Use Michigan’s Ballot Drop Boxes Right Now
But Before You Go…
Are you headed to the polls Nov. 3? We’ve got some resources for you to keep handy:
- 5 Trusted Sources for Researching Your Michigan Ballot in the 2020 Election
- 6 Ways to Troubleshoot Voter Intimidation at the Polls in Michigan
- Here’s How to Turn in Your Ballot at One of Michigan’s 700+ Drop-Off Location
- The ‘Gander’s Guide to Voting in Michigan in 2020
- Michiganders Are Confident Their State Is Ready for November. Here’s Why.