Stories tagged: "Voting 2020"


DETROIT, MI - NOVEMBER 02: Workers with the Detroit Department of Elections sort through absentee ballots at the Central Counting Board in the TCF Center on November 2, 2020 in Detroit, Michigan. With record-breaking early voting turnout, Americans will head to the polls tomorrow for the last chance to cast their vote for incumbent U.S. President Donald Trump or Democratic nominee Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential election. (Photo by Elaine Cromie/Getty Images)
LIVE BLOG: Updates From Across Michigan on Election Day 2020

The ‘Gander has your on-the-ground look at what’s happening inside Michigan’s precincts during an extraordinary election.

Quinn Nichols, photo courtesy Quinn Nichols.
This Michigan Zoomer Is Voting Because of Her Pre-Existing Condition

I’m a 19-year-old first time voter and I’m voting for health care this election.

How the Election Brought These Michigan Families Even Closer Together

The Election brought these Michigan families together in new ways this 2020.

Detroit businesswoman Dorethia Kelly is on the move with her business, and believes her vote can make it all count.
Why I Vote: This Michigan Business Owner Votes With an Entrepreneur’s Heart

Detroiter Dorethia Kelly is all about business when it comes to voting for a purpose.

The 'Gander's last-minute Election Day voter guide will help empower Michiganders to confidently cast their ballots at the polls.
Last-Minute Votes Count Too! Take This Guide With You to the Polls

Election Day 2020 is sure to break voting records across the state. Use this guide to cast your ballot confidently.

Joe Biden addresses Michigan supporters at a Flint car rally on Saturday, Oct. 31, 2020.
Biden and Obama Got Back Together to Greet Michigan

The iconic duo talked about the urgency of the election, what Michiganders need, and how a Biden-Harris administration can get us all back on track.

Michigan therapist and mother Erica Carulli shares with us why she's voting in this election.
Now That I Have the Right to Vote, I’m Going to Use It

Professional Michigan counselor Erica Carulli says that ‘there’s never too many voices.’ That’s why this Michigan mom made a plan to vote this election.