24 AAPS school buildings are polling sites for today’s Michigan Primary Election

Twenty-four Ann Arbor Public Schools opened their doors this morning to serve as polling sites for Michigan’s Primary Election today.

The district is proud to partner with the city of Ann Arbor and Pittsfield Township for elections, said Liz Margolis, the district’s executive director of student and school safety.

“Neighborhood schools should be looked upon as community meeting sites,” she said. “Polling locations are a wonderful opportunity to have the community members see what is happening in our schools especially how their generous support through bonds and sinking funds are being used.”

Allen was one of 24 AAPS buildings used as a polling site today.
Masks and social distancing were mandatory at polling sites, including this one at Pittsfield Elementary.

Polls are open til 8 p.m.

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