Stories tagged: "How to Vote 2020"


Treasurer Sabree. Photo courtesy the Wayne County Treasurer's Office.
With a Foreclosure Crisis on the Horizon, Wayne County Shows the Power of a Treasurer

Over the last four years, Wayne County Treasurer Eric Sabree has reduced foreclosures by 86%. That matters now more than ever.

Ballots being prepared for early voters. Photo courtesy Taylor City Clerk Cindy Bower.
Here’s What Early Voting in Michigan Looks Like

The first votes in Michigan's Nov. 3 election have already been cast, thanks to early voting which began Thursday.

Important deadlines are looming for Michigan voters who plan to cast ballots in November's election.
Every Deadline You Need to Know to Vote in Michigan

From in-person voting to mailing in your ballot, here are the dates you need to know to make your vote count in the November election.

Voters cast their Election Day ballots at a rural high school (AP Photo/Janie Osborne)
The Rural Michigan Towns Proving That Every Vote Counts

Some elections in Michigan are decided by single-digit votes. These races remind voters how important each voice is.

Registered voters in Michigan can cast ballots in person, by mail, or by absent voter ballot.
What You Need to Know About Registering to Vote in Michigan

Are you a first time voter in 2020? There’s several ways you can get registered, in person or online.

Ingham County Clerk Barbara Byrum. Photo courtesy Ingham County.
‘I’m Accountable to the Voters:’ A Day in the Life of Lansing’s County Clerk

For Ingham County Clerk Barb Byrum, the day is about text messages, coffee and civic responsibility.

Michigan is in need of election workers, called Election Inspectors, to help the polls.
How To Become a Poll Worker in Michigan

Here’s why people are needed more than ever for the paid and volunteer positions in Michigan.