03/28/2008 02:45 am ET Updated May 25, 2011

Report: Voter Turnout Low In Michigan

Turnout in Michigan appears to be very light in today's primary, probably owing in part to the lack of any contested Democratic primary, and also on account of the snowy weather.

The Detroit Free Press reports that there is "little to no waiting" at the polls in the Detroit metro area. Over at the other end of the state, the Grand Rapids Press reports that area clerks are revising their own turnout estimates downward, from what were already low projections of around 20%.

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