Hundreds of poll challengers are ready to scrutinize ballots in Detroit and other cities on Nov. 3. They say they’re motivated by patriotism. Foes say their goal is to depress turnout in Democratic cities.
Despite federal guidelines, some voters with disabilities may face challenges casting a ballot in Detroit. Advocates and election officials are working to remove barriers to voting in the November election.
On Tuesday, Nov. 3, voters will elect three people who will take seats on the Detroit school board during a critical period in the district’s turnaround efforts. Fourteen people are running for the three, four-year terms. The candidates include three incumbents, several former school board members, community activists and retired educators.
Are you a Detroit voter, poll worker or elections official? We want to hear from you if you have questions or problems related to the 2020 voting process.
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The primary election is next week. We have links to a sample ballot, voter registration and absentee ballot information.