With her husband by her side, Governor Jennifer Granholm cast her ballot at 9:15 a.m. Tuesday in the cafeteria of Lansing's Lewton Elementary School.
Coming off of 36 hours of campaigning, Governor Granholm said she will do some work, take a nap and then head to Detroit to watch the numbers come in.
During a short news conference, after she voted, Governor Granholm urged the residents of Michigan to ignore the rain and get out and vote.
She also said she was aware of one instance of voter intimidation in Benton Harbor Tuesday morning and urged people to call an election protection hot line at 1-800-550-5103 if they feel they have been wronged. A woman who answered our phone call said the hot line is courtesy of the Democratic Party.
Watch News Ten Tuesday for the latest election day coverage.
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