“Expect absentee ballot surge to delay Michigan election results”

Detroit News:

Michigan residents should be prepared for delayed results in next month’s presidential primaries — but the wait will be shorter than what’s anticipated in November’s general election, when results in some big cities aren’t expected until the following day, experts say. 

An increase in absentee voters and the time it takes to count their votes on Election Day likely will delay official results, even though pending legislation seeks to shorten the process. 

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