What You Need to Know to Vote in the August 5 Primary
Tuesday, August 5 is the next chance voters will have to cast a ballot, as the Michigan Primary will help shape races for the general election, as well as decide on Proposal 1. Some precincts will also have other proposals or school-related decisions.
Among the things you will need to know to vote on Tuesday:
- Voters will need to have already been registered.
- Voters can vote for a candidate in any party, but cannot mix their ballots by voting in more than one party.
- Precinct delegates will also be on the ballot. Winners will participate in the county convention on August 14, and the state convention thereafter.
For more information, see the Calhoun County Clerk website at http://www.co.calhoun.mi.us/.