Experts say a decrease in votes in Detroit helped Donald Trump win Michigan in 2016. This year, many are looking to increase participation. (Shutterstock)

If you’re like a good number of Detroit voters, you may have questions or concerns about November’s election. You may even face some snags.

BridgeDetroit is here to help. Drop us a line and we will try to answer your questions.  We’ve beefed up coverage of this year’s elections and we also need your help reporting on the issues.

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Are we missing some critical issues in our election coverage? What issues concern you most as a Detroiter? Do you have doubts about voting or election security? Are you running into problems registering to vote or requesting an absentee ballot (or any other voting-related activity may have taken so far)? We want to hear from you.

If you’re at a polling place — or filing an absentee ballot — and notice something awry, tell us. Issues can range from changes in polling sites, long lines, dropbox tampering, voter intimidation, broken machines, voter ID requirements or more.

If you have not yet voted, check out our guide to voting early in Michigan. Meanwhile, send  your questions, concerns and story tips to us below.

As always, thanks for supporting BridgeDetroit.

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