With absentee ballots alone, more than three times as many Michigan youth voted in this year’s election than in 2016.
Before the sun rises on Election Day, Michigan will already be halfway past the total votes cast in 2016.
Voting for the first time can be daunting or dull—especially in a pandemic. These women want to make it an experience to remember.
In an age of mail delays, many Michiganders say they want to drop their ballots off by hand. Here’s how to find the nearest drop-off locations by county.
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.