Michigan's Presidential Primary is March 8, 2016. Check with the Michigan Voter Information center to make sure you are registered to vote.

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The polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. for Michigan's Presidential Primary on Tuesday, April 8.

To make sure your voice is heard, make sure you are registered to vote. Michigan Voter Information Center allows you to search by name or driver's license number to confirm the fact that you are, in fact, registered.

You can then find your polling location and even preview the ballot before you pull the lever, cast your ballot and help determine the future of our country.

Seven candidates are seeking your vote for the office of President of the United States: Ted Cruz, John Kasich, Marco Rubio and Donald Trump on the Republican side and Democratic hopefuls Hilary Clinton, Rocky De La Fuente and Bernie Sanders.

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