University of Michigan’s Ann Arbor campus quiet on Election Day morning
ANN ARBOR – University of Michigan’s central campus was fairly calm after the polls opened on Tuesday. Save for a small line at the Michigan League at 7:30 a.m., students were still only trickling in to polling places on campus by late morning. According to Michigan’s Secretary of State, 7,067 new voters had registered as of Oct. 26 in the city of Ann Arbor. Sophomore Ali Chesnick campaigns for Joe Biden on the University of Michigan Diag on Nov. 3, 2020. It is definitely something I would recommend for the future, even after coronavirus.”Local children hand out free snacks to voters on University of Michigan's campus on Nov. 3, 2020.