More than 25,000 ballots have been mailed in and more than 50,000 cast
over the internet, now the focus has been shifted to tallying the ones cast in person.
Voters turned out to caucus sites around the state as soon as the doors opend at ten a.m. Churches, senior citizen centers and even a barber shop in mid-Michigan hosted voters and site supervisors say turnout was good as more than half of the state's votes are expected to be cast in person. Ballots were accepted until 4 p.m. Michigan's winner will be announced at the Breslin Center at 8 p.m.