Voters in Michigan and five other states are today casting ballots in presidential primaries. Turnout is expected to be high, especially in Michigan, where the most delegates are at stake in the Democratic primary.
Michigan has traditionally been an in-person, Election Day voting state. But recent changes to voting laws allow for no excuse voting by mail for all eligible voters as well as emergency Election Day registration. How these changes are implemented by election administrators and used by voters will impact results reporting.
Here’s what you need to know about Election Day in Michigan: