The November election is weeks away – And tomorrow is the last day for Michigan residents to register to vote.
The election will decide the state’s next governor, attorney general and secretary of state among many other races.
State House and Senate, U-S senate and ballot initiatives – oh my.
After a high turnout in the primary, Michigan’s former state Elections Director is predicting about 4 million voters will head to the polls on November 6th – which would be pretty high for a midterm.
Fred Woodhams is with the Secretary of State’s office. He says as far as the number of people registered to vote, it’ll be about the same as it was in 20-14.
“We didn’t see four million turn out then, but clearly people are very engaged. The primary broke some records."
If you want your voice to be heard, you have to get to your local Secretary of State’s office or local clerk’s office to register.