As November looms, work is already underway to shore election procedures.
“I had no qualms voting by mail," said one Michigan voter.
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.
Democrats and Republicans on the county board unanimously agreed the up to $1.10 cost per ballot was worth ensuring all residents’ ability to vote by mail.
Take your absentee ballot to your local clerk or drop box instead of sending it through the mail, advises Secretary Benson.
With a primary election Aug. 4, two state representatives are trying to smooth out the voting process in time to bring support to local clerks.
The NBA team is joining Michigan’s Secretary of State and the Detroit City Clerk in a first-of-its-kind partnership to make sure your vote counts.
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