Presidential Primary Election Next Week

Feb 23, 2024

by Liz Gullett

As MLC’s Communications and Social Media Manager, Liz Gullett keeps clients informed and up-to-date on the goings on in Lansing and the Capitol.

On Tuesday, February 27, Michigan will hold its Presidential Primary Election. Voting has been underway since February 17, when early voting sites opened statewide. This will be the first Presidential election since Proposal 2 of 2022 was adopted, enacting voting reforms including at least nine days of early in-person voting. Early in-person voting runs through Sunday, February 25. On the first day of early voting, 6,587 voters cast their ballots. Additionally, as of seven days before the election, 747,534 voters have submitted their absentee ballots.

Republican delegates in the primary race will be allocated in a new way this year. The winner of the February 27th election will receive 16 delegates at the Republican National Convention. The remaining 39 delegates will be based on caucus results at the March 2 state party convention.

Democratic candidates on the ballot:

    • President Joe Biden
    • Dean Phillips
    • Marianne Williamson

Republican candidates on the ballot:

    • Ryan Binkley
    • Chris Christie
    • Ron DeSantis
    • Nikki Haley
    • Asa Hutchinson
    • Vivek Ramaswamy
    • Former President Donald Trump

To learn more about early voting, including locations and hours of early voting sites, please visit

For voting information, please visit

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