Election day is Tuesday, November 6th.  That's a little over a day away, and there is much to be decided in this election.  First and foremost, it's a Presidential election year.Along with a vote for President of the United States, voters in Michigan will decide who represents us in the Senate and Congress. 

We also have to select who will represent us in Lansing in the Michigan House of Representatives.  

And then there are six Constitutional Amendments to decide on.  These may take voters the most time as many are not sure exactly what it is they are being asked to decide. 

Polls (the place where you go to vote) will be open on Tuesday from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.  You will need to present picture I.D. to be able to vote.  If you cannot present proper I.D., you will be given a provisional ballot until you can show identification. 

If you are not sure where to go to vote, you can check this website which will direct you to the proper polling place.  www.michigan.gov/vote 

There are several other positions you must vote on, some state-wide and some local. It is important as citizens of the United States that we excercise our right to vote.  If you don't make your voice heard, you can't really complain about who/what were chosen on election day.  Vote!