There are plenty of candidates on Michigan ballots this year, and election officials and volunteers want the public to make informed choices. We talk voter education with the co-presidents of the Lansing chapter of the League of Women Voters of Michigan.
Next Tuesday, Michigan residents will cast a ballot that’s filled with choices. From the presidency of the United States to local school boards, there’s a lot for voters to consider on November 8th.
This election could see historic turnouts at the polls, and officials want every voter to make well-informed decisions about their future political leaders.
Current State talks about the importance voter education with Beth Moore and Camilla Davis, co-presidents of the Lansing area chapter of the League of Women Voters of Michigan.