Tuesday August 7, 2018 is Primary Day in Michigan.
Polls are Open Today, Tuesday August, 7th from 7:00 A.M.- 8:00 P.M.
Today is your first chance to weigh in on big races for governor, U.S. Congress, and the State Legislature. Make your voice heard!
Things you should know before you go to the polls:
- Voters aren't allowed to "split their tickets" or cast "straight-party" votes. In the primary, voters must keep their votes to a single party column — either the Democratic, Republican or Libertarian races.
- Voters are banned from wearing or displaying election-related materials at the polls, including clothing, buttons, stickers, pamphlets and fliers. They also can't have them within 100 feet of an entrance to a polling place.
- Voters are banned from using video cameras, still cameras and other recording devices at the polls.
- Be prepared to present photo identification, such as a Michigan driver's license or identification card.
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