Are election observers, such as poll watchers and challengers, allowed at the early voting site?

Yes. Election observers are an important part of the electoral process to ensure transparency and properly run elections. Volunteer election challengers and poll watchers may observe the voting process at early voting sites as permitted by Michigan election law. All election observers must strictly adhere to proper standards and procedures.

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1. What is early voting?
2. How is early voting different from absentee voting?
3. Who can vote early?
4. Can I register to vote at the early voting site?
5. Do I need a photo ID to vote at the early voting site?
6. What if I have a disability?
7. Where can I vote early?
8. When can I vote early?
9. If I’m in line to vote when an early voting site closes, can I still vote?
10. Can I vote early with an absentee ballot?
11. Is my early voting ballot secret?
12. Can I change my vote after voting early?
13. When are early voting ballots counted?
14. Is early voting secure?
15. Can someone vote twice by voting early and later submitting an absentee ballot?
16. Are election observers, such as poll watchers and challengers, allowed at the early voting site?
17. How are early voting ballots retained after the election?