Stories tagged: "Voting 2020"

Lance Wood. Photo courtesy Lance Wood.
‘A Fair Shot:’ This CMU Student Votes Because the Environment and Economy Aren’t Mutually Exclusive

Central Michigan University student Lance Wood doesn’t see science and the economy as different things — people need both working together to thrive.

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.

Michigander Paula Bowman on What Being a Poll Worker Really Means

Paula Bowman, of Plymouth, is your go-to in case of an emergency, well at least for voting.

FILE - In this June 9, 2020, file photo, election workers process mail-in ballots during a nearly all-mail primary election  (AP Photo/John Locher, File)
Michigan Senate Approves Early Processing of Ballots—Here’s What That Means for You

Local and county clerks are cheering on the ballots processing decision, saying it's "desperately needed" for November.

Michigan Ballots Will Be Counted for Two Weeks After the Election

Considering postal delays and the pandemic, Michigan will count ballots for two weeks after Election Day.

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.

Teresa Duhl (center, back) and her family (from left to right: Chris Duhl (spouse and partner), Ethan Duhl (oldest child (13 in the photo, now 15), Spencer Duhl (youngest child (10 in photo, now 12)) (in front).
Photo provided by Teresa Duhl
‘Other Lives Depend on It:’ What Inspires This Michigan Voter

Teresa Duhl votes to empower those who are waiting in palace.