GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — On Tuesday, Michigan voters will decide some key elected positions in Washington and Lansing, as well as three statewide ballot questions. You may also be looking at some local issues when you go to cast your ballot.
With so many races and a high level of interest, voter turnout should be high. Officials at Grand Rapids City Hall are predicting a 53 percent turnout. Next door, Kent County officials are planning for a 60 or 65 percent turnout. Ottawa County officials say turnout there could be as high as 70 percent.