2020 Election

November 2020 Election
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Ingham County and Eaton County local election unofficial result updates. All precincts are counted for both Ingham and Eaton County.


UPDATED: 4:20 p.m. November 4, 2020

Lansing City Clerk Chris Swope watchers new pollworkers training
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There’s now less than a week until the Presidential Election, and officials are bracing for record turnout.

The city of Lansing is training hundreds of new election workers to help those voters cast their ballots on November 3rd.

East Lansing voters photo
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The November election is now less than a month away, and officials are preparing to make sure every vote is counted whether it comes by mail or in person. There to help them will be poll workers, regular Michiganders, who will greet voters, issue them ballots and count mail-in votes on Election Day.

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This month, Michiganders saw delays in their mail largely due to changes made by Postmaster General Louis DeJoy in recent months.

DeJoy says he made those changes, like removing equipment or decreasing overtime, as cost-cutting measures.

LIVE BLOG: Iowa Caucuses

Feb 3, 2020
LIVE: Iowa Caucuses
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The Iowa caucuses are the first contest in the 2020 presidential race. Follow NPR's liveblog for news and scenes from the field.

A pilot program at MSU could give students election day off, but it would mean the majority of students are not on campus over election day leaving questions about potential impact to voter turnout
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Michigan State University is considering implementing a fall break into its academic calender to give students time to vote. But, critics of the proposal believe that a fall break could lead to lower turnout at the polls in 2020.



September's Democratic presidential debate has been narrowed to one night only, as more candidates have called it quits altogether.

Members of the press await the candidates in the spin room following the second night of debates in Detroit.
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The second round of Democratic presidential hopefuls debated in Detroit Wednesday. WKAR’s Abigail Censky, was there and she joined Morning Edition Host Mary Ellen Pitney for a conversation about major themes of the final night of debates in Detroit.

Supporters gather across the street from the Fox Theatre in Detroit on the evening of the first debate.
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Ten Democrats took the stage at the Fox Theatre in Detroit Tuesday for the first night of the July debates. WKAR’s Abigail Censky was watching in Detroit and she joined WKAR Morning Edition Host Mary Ellen Pitney to recap the big takeaways from the first night in the set of debates. 


The NAACP wrapped up its 110th national convention Wednesday with a presidential forum. Nine Democrats and one Republican took the stage to give targeted versions of their stump speeches making their case to the voters.