The Detroit Free Press is reporting that turnout is the same or lower than it was four years ago for the high-stakes Michigan Republican primary.
John Wisley and Dawson Bell write:
Turnout in today’s presidential primary election looks to be about the same or less than it was four years ago, according to a sampling of clerks in key precincts the Free Press is using to analyze the vote.
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