Here’s where voter turnout was highest, lowest in Michigan primary election

From the top of the U.P. to the bottom of The Mitten, Michiganders turned out in droves to vote in the August 2 primary election, and that should be celebrated.

Michiganders turned out in large numbers to exercise their freedom to vote in the August 2 primary election.

Voting rights activists have been working for years to break down barriers to voting in Michigan, and it’s working – a large number of voters turned out to cast their ballots in the August 2 primary.

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