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Michigan voters have the option to spoil their absentee ballots, get new ones, and vote again!

Mar 05, 2020

Voters who want to change their votes in this presidential primary can request to spoil their ballots and request new ones by mail before 2 p.m. Saturday or in person before 4 p.m. Monday. If a voter's ballot has already been received by the clerk, there is no option to spoil the ballot on the day of the election

Requests to spoil a ballot ahead of election day must be made in writing and in-person at the clerk's office or voting center, by regular mail, by fax or through a signed letter emailed to the clerk. 

All voters in Michigan can now vote early through absentee without a reason. You can get an application at your county, township and city clerk's office or at, and mailed-in applications must be received by Friday, March 6. You can also drop off the application in person at the township or city clerk's office by 4 p.m. on Monday, March 9 to get your ballot.

You then complete your ballot, sign it and submit it by dropping it off in person at the township or city clerk office or return it through the mail. Ballots must be signed and received by 8 p.m. on election day, March 10, 2020.

These are the withdrawn presidential candidates on Michigan's March 10 primary ballot who have suspended their campaigns as of 6:30 pm, March 4, 2020: 

Democrats who have withdrawn from race:

Michael Bennett
Cory Booker
Mike Bloomberg
Pete Buttigieg
Julian Castro
John Delaney
Amy Klobuchar
Joe Sestak
Tom Steyer
Marianne Williamson
Andrew Yang

Republicans who have withdrawn from race:

Mark Sanford
Joe Walsh