Rural Michigan helped elect President Donald Trump, but a growing movement across the state’s countryside communities is bringing new voices to the table.
This Michigan voter was busy caring for a family member. So, her family helped her to go the distance—literally—to make sure her vote counts.
Asylum seekers. Immigrants. People who are incarcerated. Those without voter identification. Detroit resident Boratha Tan votes for them all.
Paula Bowman, of Plymouth, is your go-to in case of an emergency, well at least for voting.
A Grand Rapids resident Leah Bectel registered to vote the day she turned 18. She encourages others to get started early on democracy, too.
Steven Syers is revved up for democracy this year. Here's why.
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