Polling places across the state are getting ready for Michigan’s 7.1 million voters to mark their ballots.
Here are a few things to remember about Tuesday’s election.
It is too late to register to vote; registration closed last month. But you can pick up an absentee ballot at city or township offices until 4 p.m. on Monday.
The polls are open from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. Tuesday.
Voters are required to show a photo ID, though if you do not have one you can sign an affidavit and vote anyways.
Finally, Michigan has an open primary, meaning you can select a Republican or Democrat ballot when you get to the polling place.
Voting takes place at your normal polling place, and if you need to find out where that is, or look up more information about the primary, just head to our homepage and click on the Big Red Bar.