Today Michiganders will line up at polling locations throughout the state to cast their votes in the 2022 Michigan primary election. A primary election features candidates facing off against members of their own party to determine who will appear on November’s general election ballot. Primary elections can also include millage proposals and nonpartisan primary elections for local offices. Every ballot will contain all political parties and their candidates. However, voters are only allowed to vote in a single party’s primary and will have their entire ballot voided if they cast votes in more than one party’s primary. On today’s ballot is the race for Governor, State Senate District 38, State House District 108, and Menominee Area School District’s Second Referendum. The Primary Election is today, August 2nd, polling locations in Menominee County and Townships are at your local Township Hall whilst all City of Menominee residents polling location is at Central Elementary School. Polls are open from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. Menominee County Clerk, Marc Kleiman, suggests arriving early. For additional election information visit—elections.