If you want to vote in the primary elections coming up on August 7th in Michigan and you aren't registered to vote yet, you are running out of time. TODAY (Monday, July 9th) is the last day to get registered to vote for the primary elections in Michigan. According to WILX, the August 7th primary ballot will include candidates for Michigan governor, U.S. senator, members of the U.S. House of Representatives, state House and Senate members and local government posts.

You can get registered to vote in person at any Secretary of State's Office in Michigan or you can get registered at your county, city, or township clerk office. You can also get registered by mail as long as your registration is postmarked by TODAY--Monday, July 9th.

Click here for a step-by-step guide on how to get registered.

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