Secretary of State is Urging Citizens to Vote Today
MARQUETTE, MI – (Great Lakes Radio News) – Secretary of State Ruth Johnson is urging Michigan citizens to vote in today’s primary election.
The state’s chief election officer says currently 7,334,233 residents are registered to vote. This compares to the 2008 primary election, in which there were 7,243,261 registered voters.
Voters are reminded that because this is a primary, they can only cast votes within one party. Casting votes in a partisan primary for both Republican and Democratic candidates invalidates the partisan section of the primary ballot.
Nonpartisan offices and proposals will appear after the partisan section of the ballot.
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