Rural Insights’ David Haynes Interviewed on U.P. Absentee Ballot Numbers
TV6’s Nick Friend spoke to Rural Insights Director & Editor David Haynes recently about the rise in absentee ballots seen in the Upper Peninsula.
The latest numbers showed Marquette County has nearly 15,000 absentee ballots turned in.
“We are seeing in the Upper Peninsula dramatic increases in absentee ballot applications and the number of turned in,” says Haynes. “In some cases double the last presidential election in 2016.”
You can watch the full interview here:
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