Absentee voting or in-person? That’s one of the key questions on many Michigan voters’ minds heading into the 2022 midterm election season. Others include the right to reproductive freedoms, including an individual’s right to make decisions on pregnancy and abortion, the economy, and who may lead Michigan as the next governor of the state. While some voters are leaning into party lines, other voters are still undecided.  

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One Detroit has teamed up with the Detroit Free Press political team for an in-depth look at what voters are thinking ahead of the Nov. 8 midterms. Detroit Free Press Lansing Bureau Chief Paul Egan and One Detroit senior producer Bill Kubota talk with Michigan voters from across Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties about who they’ll cast their ballots for and where they land on the key issues. 

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Detroit Free Press Lansing Bureau Chief Paul Egan, right, talks with a Oakland County, Michigan voter in his home during the 2022 midterm election season. | Photo by One Detroit

This story coincides with One Detroit 1-hour election special episode with the Detroit Free Press. Watch “Beyond the Ballot Box: A One Detroit Election Special with the Detroit Free Press” live at 7-8 p.m. ET on Detroit Public TV and One Detroit’s Facebook page 

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