08/03/2020- Menominee County voters head to the polls tomorrow in Michigan’s Primary Election. There are few contested races that will appear on the local ballot with the exception of the Republican candidate for Menominee County Sheriff where it’s Joe Grinsteiner against Patrick Armbrust. The winner of that race will face off against Democratic candidate Mike Holmes in November. Current Sheriff Kenny Marks has chosen not to seek another term in that post. The coronavirus pandemic has many people opting to cast their ballot absentee rather than in person, which often take longer to collect and process. It’s because of this that some counties don’t expect to have final election results available Tuesday night, but Menominee County Clerk Marc Kleiman says absentee ballot counting boards in some of the county’s municipalities will lighten that workload locally and he doesn’t expect any significant delays in reporting Menominee County results. Those voting in person Tuesday can do so from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m.
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