Vote today!

Today is primary election day in Michigan. I voted on my way to work this morning and timed how long it took me: 13 minutes, and that includes a 200-yard walk to and from my car and the voting area inside the building.

Granted, I did my homework last week so I knew exactly who I was voting for when I got my ballot, but even still – I cannot see it taking longer than 30 minutes to vote in a primary election in Michigan.

No excuses — get out and vote today! The polls close at 8 pm.

Not sure if you’re registered to vote? Click here to check. You can also find the location of your polling place at that link, too.

If you can’t vote today because you aren’t registered, register now so you can vote in the general election on November 7, 2006. You must register 30 days in advance.

Check out the Gannett Michigan Voter’s Guide for information on your specific races and candidates.

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