LANSING, Mich. (Michigan News Source) – With one week to go before Election Day, Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson announced on Tuesday that more than 765,000 Michigan voters have already cast their ballots.

This marks the first time early in-person voting can take place since voters passed Proposal 2 in November 2022.

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Benson said more than 18,000 voters turned out for the first three days of in-person early voting last weekend, while roughly 747,000 voters have submitted their absentee ballot.

The number of absentee ballots turned in seven days before the March 7, 2020 Presidential Primary marked 489,068.

In-person early voting continues through the end of the day Sunday, Feb. 25. For more information visit here.