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Tue November 2, 2010
It's Election Day
It's Election Day. Voters in Michigan are set to choose many new candidates for top offices.
Voters are set to choose a new governor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state and attorney general. Voters will also choose two state Supreme Court nominees. All of Michigan's fifteen U.S. Congressional seats are also up for election, as well as seats for the state Senate and House.
There are also two statewide ballot proposals that voters will decide on. One asks whether the state should convene a constitutional convention to rewrite the state's constitution, the other whether certain convicted felons should be prohibited from holding state or local elective office.
State elections officials estimate about 3.8 million voters in Michigan will cast a ballot, that's about 52% of the state's registered voters.
Polls opened this morning at 7 and close tonight at 8.
Still wondering about a certain candidate or not sure how you want to vote on a Ballot Proposal? Check out Michgian Radio's Election Coverage here.