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Making voting in Michigan easier

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WEST MICHIGAN — Campaign television and radio ads tell you who to vote for but not where you can go to vote or what’s even on the ballot.

To make things easier for you, we surfed the web to find the easiest way to get you to a your polling place and give you a look at the November 4 ballot.

Just go to Michigan.gov/sos and click the “Elections in Michigan” tab.

Then, click  “Information for Voters.” Under “Things to Remember,” click See your Sample Ballot, Track your Absentee Ballot, Verify your Voter Registration.”

There you can verify your voter registration by typing in your name and birth date.

After clicking the search button, you will find the closest polling place in your zip code, contact information for the city clerk, and you can preview the  ballot.

When scrolling through the ballot, you can do research on each candidate by clicking their names.

Voting takes place Tuesday, November 4, so make sure to get out and vote.

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  • Brett Tompkins

    The Polls are now open! I ask for you to write me in for the GHAPS Board Member 2-Year Term. My goal is to make GH a Blue Ribbon School District and I believe that can be done with the current funding of $65M. I am the only candidate with students in the school district. Please Write in BRETT TOMPKINS
    Thank You

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