Ahead of Mike Pence’s Flint rally, the Democratic National Committee is launching digital ads targeting Flint and Detroit voters encouraging them to get out the vote. In the ads, local elected officials, community leaders, and everyday Michiganders encourage voters to make a plan to vote at IWillVote.com/MI, vote either early in-person or by taking their ballot to a drop box, and make their voices heard. The new ads come less than a week from Election Day and as over 3 million Michiganders have requested absentee ballots.

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From Michigan Democratic Party Chair Lavora Barnes: “Voting in Michigan is easier and more accessible than ever before and Michigan Democrats are letting every voter know. To do that, we’re reaching voters by phone, on the doors, and online to encourage them to vote early in-person or drop their ballot at the nearest drop box to make their voices heard this November and support Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Gary Peters, and Democrats up and down the ballot. This election is the most important of our lifetimes and we can’t afford to sit on the sidelines.”

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