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The big week is here. Get ready to rock the vote.

If you have an absentee ballot and haven’t turned it in yet, it’s too late to mail it. The ballots have to be received by 8 p.m. ET tomorrow (Nov. 3). Instead, drop off your ballot at your clerk’s office or a drop box in the city in which you are registered to vote.

If you have requested an absentee ballot but it has not arrived in the mail yet, the Secretary of State’s office says, “You can go to your city or township clerk’s office, spoil it and get a new one but you must do so by 4 p.m. Monday, Nov. 2. Another option is you may go to the polls on Nov. 3, sign a statement and vote.”

If you want to vote early but never requested an absentee ballot, according to the Secretary of State’s office, “You must make your request in person at your local city or township clerk office before 4 p.m. on Monday, November 2, 2020. You’ll be able to fill out and submit your ballot while there.”

Clerk’s offices are open today throughout the state of Michigan, and drop boxes are also available for you to drop off your ballots early.

If you live in Michigan, visit https://mvic.sos.state.mi.us/Clerk to find your clerk’s office and their current hours of operation.

To find your polling place to vote on the day of the election, go here.

Need more information? Head to https://mvic.sos.state.mi.us for information based on your address or municipality, such as drop box location, early voting hours, local clerk information and more.

Anne Erickson's love for music drew her into radio, and she started shortly after graduating from MSU. She has a passion for rock and metal, plus local music. She also fronts the band Upon Wings. Email Anne at erickson@WRIF.com and tweet at her @AnneErickson!