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Frankenmuth News

Serving Frankenmuth Since 1906

Vol. 119 No. 02 In our 119th year!

Wednesday, July 17, 2024


Many options to cast votes in 2024 primary, general elections

  Millions of Michigan households, including residents in Saginaw and Tuscola counties, are now receiving postcards with important voting information from the Michigan Department of State.

  The postcards inform voters of their options to vote in the Tuesday, August 6 Primary Election and the Tuesday, November 5, General Election. The voting options include absentee ballot, at an in-person early voting site, or at their polling place on Election Day.

  Locally, clerks in Frankenmuth City, Frankenmuth Township, and Blumfield Township have been busy preparing for the primary and subsequent general election.

  “In Michigan, we want to make sure all voters know every option you have to make sure your voice is heard in this critical election year, so check your mailboxes,” Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson said. “”Whether you choose to vote early, by mail, or on Election Day, Michigan offers safe, secure, and convenient voting options for every eligible voter.”

  Postcards are being sent to households with at least one registered Michigan voter and are arriving over the course of this week or early next week. The postcards are clearly marked as Official Election Mail, authorized by the United States Postal Service to guarantee they are an official source of accurate election information. .....

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