Aug. 3 Primary Election: Here Is a List Of Detroit’s Polling Location Changes

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Here’s a list of polling place changes in Detroit for the Aug. 3 primary.

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Aug. 3 is primary election day in Michigan, when state and local primary races will be decided for the November ballot. 

Here’s a list of polling change places for the Aug. 3 primary. Last year, some Detroit voters headed to the polls and found out that their precincts weren’t open. 

All voter protocols implemented last year in response to the pandemic are in place for this election, says Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson.

This is the fourth election in this pandemic era that we’re in,” says Benson. “So your clerks have become pretty well adjusted to ensuring the safe and healthy environments of our polling places.”

To find your polling location, go to the state’s Voter Information Center.


Related: WDET 101.9 FM August 3 Primary Candidate Guide



Dorothy Hernandez, Digital Editor

Dorothy Hernandez is Digital Editor for 101.9 WDET, creating digital editorial content. Her love of radio began when she had a radio show in college when she and her roommate played ‘80s music in the middle of the night.


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