Stories tagged: "in-person voting"


The ‘Gander Newsroom’s Guide to Voting in Michigan in 2022

There’s a lot on the line in Michigan this year. As part of The ‘Gander Newsroom’s mission to inform and empower voters, we’ve put together a resource that you can easily bookmark and return to as you make plans for voting in Michigan’s Nov. 8 General Election. TOP STORIES: Guide: Where do candidates stand on...

LANSING, MICHIGAN - NOVEMBER 03: Voters arrive to cast their ballots in a school gymnasium on November 03, 2020 in Lansing, Michigan. After a record-breaking early voting turnout, Americans went to the polls on the last day to cast their vote for incumbent U.S. President Donald Trump or Democratic nominee Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential election. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
‘It’s About Controlling Who Votes’: The Michigan GOP’s Plan to Overhaul Voting Laws

Republicans are trying to overhaul state election laws exploiting a quirk in the Michigan Constitution that would allow them to jam through changes without putting it to a vote of all Michigan voters. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer would also have no say in the process. The effort would make it more difficult to vote by mail, vote in person, and could eliminate one in five Michigan’s polling places.

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Pre-Paid Postage and 9 Days of Early Voting? Michigan Will Soon Decide New Voting Norms

A new voting amendment would protect absentee ballots and expand voting access, combatting an existing Republican-led plan that would ban voting at churches—among other restrictions. 

For many younger voters, like Ayache, this is their first time ever voting with an absentee ballot, allowing her to have more time to campaign for her candidates as she joins one of many volunteers outside of Frederick Douglas Prep Academy.
Here’s How You Can Cast Your Vote in Person Before Election Day in Michigan

Voters avoiding Election Day crowds and possible mail delays have another option: early voting, in person.

Michiganders who miss online voter registration deadlines can still register and vote in person.
Michiganders Have Until Oct. 19 to Register to Vote Online

Missing the deadline doesn’t mean you can’t vote. Here’s what you need to register to vote in person in Michigan.