Detroit city clerk, Secretary of State Benson say they are grateful for voter turnout in Michigan
DETROIT – As counting continues at TCF Center in Detroit Tuesday night, city clerk Janice Winfrey and Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson said they were pleased with the voter turnout in the city and state. Our poll workers decided to come out and work during this pandemic and I couldn’t be more grateful,” said Detroit City Clerk Janice Winfrey. There were long lines at some locations around Metro Detroit, and the turnout was record setting. And I’m truly grateful for every single person who was part of team democracy, making it work,” Benson said. READ: Michigan Attorney General investigates robocalls spreading misinformation on Election DayYou can watch Hank Winchester’s full report in the video posted above.
Volunteers count ballots at the TCF Center in Detroit
DETROIT – TCF Center in Detroit is packed with hundreds of poll workers making sure that every vote is counted in this year’s election. The workers have been up since the early hours of the morning on Tuesday. There are heavy security measures not just in terms of the voting but also strict measures surrounding COVID-19. Those in charge want their staff safe while completing such a large task. MORE: View map: State-by-state presidential results for Nov. 3, 2020 General Election