Some voters in southeast Michigan have more than November's general election to think about.
Tomorrow, is is primary day in Michigan's 11th District.
That's when voters in parts of Wayne and Oakland counties will choose a temporary replacement for Republican U.S. Representative Thaddeus McCotter.
He quit in July after it was discovered that petition signatures were forged or copied in at least two of his campaigns.
Five Republicans are vying for the seat. They'll face a Democrat, a Libertarian and a U.S. Taxpayers Party Candidate in the November 6th general election.
The taxpayer tab for the special election will be at least $650,000.
Low voter turnout is predicted.
Four of McCotter's former staff members have been charged in the petition scandal.
McCotter has not been charged.