By Scott Bolthouse
Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016
Election day is here, and it’s sure to be a historic one.
From national, to state and local issues, this election is important — a lot is at stake.
Let’s start with the basics: the polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. in the state of Michigan.
As I’m sure you’ve heard enough about the presidential candidates, make sure you read up on your local candidates before you head to your polling spot by visiting the meet the candidates section of HuronHub.com. Please make sure you scroll down and load all of the letters submitted, or you can use the website’s search bar to seek out an individual candidate.
I thank all of the candidates who submitted information to me since April. I received positive feedback from several readers and people in the community about the candidates section.
The township’s website has precinct location information, as well las results from past local and national elections HERE.
The Michigan Secretary of State’s office has a helpful tool that will actually let you see your ballot before you vote, in preview mode. You can find that HERE.
Now, it’s your turn. As I type, the polls are open, so get out and vote. Remember to check back with www.huronhub.com for results. I’ll post them as I receive them.