Of Michigan’s 8 million voters, roughly 4 million are expected to vote in the November election, according to the Michigan Secretary of State’s office estimate.
As many as 2 million are expected to vote absentee and counting them all will likely delay vote counts, Secretary of State spokesperson Jake Rollow said.
In the 2020 election, Democrats were far more likely than Republicans to vote absentee. Former President Donald Trump gained an early lead in Michigan and Pennsylvania and appeared to be leading Wednesday morning, but lost to President Joe Biden by 154,000 votes when all votes were counted.
Here are some common questions and answers about the election process, many of which arose amid the fallout from the 2020 election.
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