Need To Know: Getting to Know Your Primary Ballot
Michigan's primary election happens tomorrow. Here's a sneak peak at what your ballot will look like.
Will you be heading to the polls tomorrow to vote in Michigan's August primary?
Birmingham has provided residents a sneak peak at what their ballot will look like. Remember: Tuesday is partially a closed primary, meaning for most ballot items, voters may only vote in the Republican section or Democrat section.
For candidates not on the ballot (such as 11th District Congressional candidates Nancy Cassis and Rev. Drexel Morton), space has been provided to write-in those names.
All voters may vote in the "Nonpartisan Section," which includes the races for area judgeships as well as the DIA millage and the SMART millage.
In addition, a second page will allow voters to select up to four (for Republicans) or two (for Democrats) potential delegates to send to the Oakland County conventions later this month. A list of names for each voting precinct is provided on the ballot's third page.
The polls will be open from 7 a.m.-8 p.m. Tuesday. For more information, visit Michigan's August Primary 2012.