Live results, races to watch

Live results, races to watch

Polling locations throughout Michigan closed at 8 pm Tuesday, bringing an end to the August primary election to decide which Republican candidate will emerge from a crowded field to face Gov. Gretchen Whitmer this fall (Tudor Dixon) along with several hotly contested intraparty congressional and state legislative fights.

Hundreds of thousands of Michigan voters returned absentee ballots before Election Day and by Tuesday morning, more than a million absentee ballots had been received by election officials across the state, according to the Secretary of State’s office.

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Those casting absentee ballots had until 8 pm Tuesday to return theirs. Polling locations serving in-person voters also close then, but those in line by 8 pm could still vote.

Sharon Lassiter, 66, of Pontiac looks over her ballot in the gymnasium of the Salvation Army in Pontiac before voting in the Michigan primary on Aug. 2, 2022.

As election workers finish counting absentee ballots, you can follow unofficial results at by visiting the home page or clicking on this link.

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