Stories tagged: "in-person voting"


Quiz: Do You Know How to Vote in Michigan?

Take our quiz to see if you’re ready to make your voices heard at the polls on Nov. 8.

Quiz: Do You Know How to Vote in Michigan?

Take our quiz to see if you’re ready to make your voices heard at the polls on Nov. 8.

Demonstrators gathered near the Department of Election office as votes in the 2020 presidential election were counted.
Explainer: Why Election Results May Not Be Known Right Away in Michigan

In Michigan, city and township clerks can only begin processing absentee ballots two days before the election—and they can't count votes until Election Day. That will likely lead to delayed results, officials said.

A row of voting booths at a polling station. (Image via Shutterstock)
Quick-Reference Guide to Michigan’s 3 Ballot Proposals

Michiganders will see three proposals on their November ballot. Here's a quick-reference guide to all of them.

Registering to vote is a simple process in Michigan.
How Do I Register to Vote in Michigan?

Before you head to the polls to decide which candidates are best to lead Michigan into a brighter future, it’s important to understand the basics of how to make your voice heard—including some key steps you need to take and deadlines you have to meet to cast your vote this year.

Nikki Schueller inserts her absentee voter ballot into a drop box in Troy, Mich., Thursday, Oct. 15, 2020. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)
A Three-Step Guide to Voting in Michigan this November

Before you head to the polls to decide which candidates are best to lead Michigan into a brighter future, it’s important to understand the basics of how to make your voice heard—including some key steps you need to take and deadlines you have to meet to cast your vote this year.

Four women casting votes in booths at polling station. (Image via Shutterstock)
Michigan Measure to Expand Voting Access Set for Supreme Court Appeal

Promote the Vote 2022, the organization behind the proposed ballot initiative, has seven days to appeal the decision to the Democrat-leaning Michigan Supreme Court. The ballot must be finalized by Sept. 9.