Polls are open until 8PM today in Michigan for the presidential primary election.

See where to vote, view your sample ballot and more.

Before you vote take a look at your ballot so you know what to expect and what to research. The sample ballot also includes links to the candidates' official websites.

More information from the Michigan Secretary of State:

  • Voters are asked to present an a photo ID such as a Michigan driver's license or identification card. Voters who do not have ID or did not bring it with them can still vote. They must sign an affidavit stating that they're not in possession of a photo ID.
  • Write-in votes for people who have not declared as a write-in candidate are not counted in Michigan. Votes for candidates who have suspended campaigns, but whose names still appear on the ballot, are counted.
  • The use of video cameras, still cameras and other recording devices are prohibited in the polls when they are open for voting. Exceptions may be made for credentialed members of the news media.
  • Michigan prohibits displaying election-related materials at the polls. This includes clothes, buttons, pamphlets, fliers and stickers. You cannot display such items in the polling place or within 100 feet of an entrance to a polling place. If you go to the polls wearing election-related items, you will be asked to cover or remove them.
  • 7,292,065 Michigan residents are registered to vote.

More From 100.5 FM The River