Michigan’s Aug. 4 primary mistakes could be November’s greatest tests.
“I had no qualms voting by mail," said one Michigan voter.
Michigan voters found out Aug. 4 that the new normal for casting a ballot could be as simple as driving up to a collection box.
"We just roll with it. We don't have time to sit there and complain about it or panic about it," said one local clerk.
While vote-by-mail has resonated with Michigan voters, local election officials and city clerks say they are worried there’s ‘not enough time’ to collect them all.
From candidate research to rides to the polls, PPE and required ID, here’s the details you need for Tuesday.
Officials will pilot new options on Tuesday that could go citywide by November’s general election.
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