Mich. presidential primary turnout could be record
DETROIT —Turnout in areas of Michigan was so high Tuesday that some clerks reported precincts were running out of ballots. And if the absentee ballots were any indication, Michigan was headed toward a record turnout in Tuesday's presidential primary.
Clerks ran out of ballots in Redford, Ingham County and in one precinct in Kent County. Additional ballots were quickly sent to those precincts, but some voters reported having to wait for more than an hour in line until more ballots were delivered.
Turnout was so high at a Redford Township polling station, Precinct 25, that the station ran out... read more
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