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Next Tuesday, November 4 is the most anticipated election in recent history. While the presidential election is the big draw, make sure you find out everything that will be on your ballot before you go to the polls so you can make informed voting choices (do you know who you are going to vote for as Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court? Or Wayne State Regent?). In addition, lines for voting are expected to be long. Make arrangements now to leave time available for next Tuesday (as much as several hours just in case) . The polls will be open from 7:00am to 8:00pm.
The Citizen’s Research Council of Michigan has non-partisan information on the ballot proposals.
University of Michigan Regent’s Candidates are listed here.
Voting Tips for College Students
The .pdf file called City of Ann Arbor Voter Tips and Polling Location Information has a lot of helpful information.
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