Michigan voters faced a trio of contentious statewide proposals at the polls.
Michigan voters had three proposals on the ballot this time around, the biggest being Proposal 3. That’s the one that dominated TV political ads for much of the last month, with Republicans claiming it was “too extreme” and “overreaching” in its efforts to add the right to abortion and contraceptive usage to the State Constitution.
Berrien County was split on the issue, while Cass and St. Joseph Counties voted against Proposal 3. It was projected to pass around midnight.
Proposal 1, which set new term limits for state lawmakers, also looked to pass.
Early numbers for Prop 2, legalizing early voting and ballot drop boxes, were leaning YES as well early this morning.