Things to know before voting in local Michigan elections, GOP Primary Tuesday

Published On: Feb 27 2012 07:40:34 PM EST
Updated On: Feb 27 2012 09:23:18 PM EST
DETROIT -

The polls open at 7 a.m. Tuesday across the state.

Everything will close up by 8 p.m.

To vote Republican you must request a Republican ballot.

Tuesday is Michigan's Republican Presidential Primary, and every GOP candidate will be on the ballot -- even those who have dropped out. Example: Herman Cain's name will appear on your ballot.

President Barack Obama is on the Democratic ballot, but only as a procedural measure.

Several local cities in Metro Detroit will be deciding on school millages, including Center Line, Ferndale, Riverview, River Rouge and the Wayne-Westland district.

Other millages may be on your ballot as well. Voters in Plymouth Township will be deciding on a millage that could raise nearly $4 million for the township's fire department.

In Howell, voters will decide on a fire millage that could raise more than $2 million for that city's fire department.

Voters in Franklin will see a millage increase proposal for police and fire.

Be sure to check ClickOnDetroit.com for all the local election results and primary results, right here.

Here are more links to the results pages:

State House results
School Millages results
Wayne County millage results
State-wide Millage Requests

Keep up on the latest politics headlines at our politics page.

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