Michigan Daybook

Associated Press Michigan Daybook for Tuesday, Nov. 03.

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Tuesday, Nov. 03 10:00 AM MDP continues GOTV volunteer canvasses – Michigan Democratic Party continues Get Out the Vote volunteer canvasses across Michigan, with an event in Detroit with Michigan Lieutenant Governor Garlin Gilchrist II and Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan

Location: Detroit, MI

Weblinks: http://www.michigandems.com, https://twitter.com/MichiganDems

Contacts: Christian Slater, Michigan Democratic Party, cslater@michigandems.com

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Tuesday, Nov. 03 10:00 AM Michigan Secretary of State Benson’s public schedule – Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson casts ballot at drop box, Henry Ford Detroit Pistons Performance Center, 690 Amsterdam, Detroit (10:00 AM EST); and holds media availability with Detroit Pistons Vice Chairman Arn Tellem and Head Coach Dwayne Casey, NW Activity Center Polling Place, 18100 Meyers Rd, Detroit (10:45 AM EST); holds press conferences with Detroit City Clerk Janice Winfrey, TCF Center, 1 Washington Blvd, Detroit (8:00 PM EST), and Ford Field, 2000 Brush St, Detroit (9:30 PM EST)

Weblinks: https://www.michigan.gov/sos/, https://twitter.com/michsos

Contacts: Tracy Wimmer, Office of the Michigan Secretary of State, 1 517 281 1876

30-min press updates with MDOS communications staff: RSVP TO MDOS-Press@michigan.gov for call-in information *PLEASE LIMIT ATTENDEES TO TWO PER OUTLET* 9 a.m., 1 p.m., 3 p.m., 5 p.m., 7 p.m.

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Tuesday, Nov. 03 10:00 AM Dem Sen. Debbie Stabenow attends GOTV event in Michigan – Michigan Democratic Party launches Get Out the Vote (GOTV) volunteer canvass launch to ‘energize volunteers on the final day of the election and lay out what is at stake’. Participants include Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, Dem Sen. Debbie Stabenow and Michigan AFL-CIO President Ron Bieber

Location: Lansing, MI

Weblinks: http://www.michigandems.com, https://twitter.com/MichiganDems

Contacts: Christian Slater, Michigan Democratic Party, cslater@michigandems.com

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Tuesday, Nov. 03 8:00 PM Dem Rep. Debbie Dingell attends drive-in Election Night gathering – Progress Michigan hosts ‘Drive In for Democracy’ Election Night Gathering, with attendees including Democratic Rep. Debbie Dingell, Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, Michigan Democratic Party Chair Lavora Barnes, House Dem Leader Christine Greig, State Sen. Mallory McMorrow, and Oakland County Executive Dave Coulter

Location: Novi, MI

Weblinks: http://www.progressmichigan.org/, https://twitter.com/ProgressMich

Contacts: Lonnie Scott, Progress Michigan, lonnie@progressmichigan.org, 1 734 323 6028

RSVP: by emailing joe@progressmichigan.org

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Tuesday, Nov. 03 DoJ monitors polls in 18 states on Election Day – Department of Justice personnel deployed to 44 jurisdictions in 18 states, in order to enforce ‘the federal voting rights laws that protect the rights of all citizens to access the ballot on Election Day’. Monitoring takes place in Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, and Wisconsin

Weblinks: http://www.justice.gov, https://twitter.com/TheJusticeDept

Contacts: DoJ press, 1 202 514 2007

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Tuesday, Nov. 03 OAS Electoral Observation Mission in the U.S. – Organization of American States Electoral Observation Mission in the U.S., with 28 experts and observers – led by OAS Secretary General Luis Almagro – deployed to Iowa, Michigan, Georgia, Maryland, and Washington, DC, exploring issues related to electoral organization and technology, political participation of women, electoral justice, political-electoral financing, voting by mail, media and freedom of expression, and electoral districting * Marks only the second time the OAS has observed an electoral process in the U.S., following the general elections of 2016

Weblinks: http://www.oas.org, https://twitter.com/OAS_official

Contacts: OAS press, OASPress@oas.org, 1 202 370 5437

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Tuesday, Nov. 03 Kamala Harris on campaign trail in Michigan – 2020 Democratic vice presidential nominee Sen. Kamala Harris campaigns in Michigan, with a stop in Detroit

Location: Detroit, MI

Weblinks: https://joebiden.com/, https://twitter.com/JoeBiden

Contacts: Joe Biden for President press, BidenPress@joebiden.com

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Tuesday, Nov. 03 Presidential election – Presidential election: President Donald Trump vs. 2020 Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden * President Trump is bidding for his second term in office and hoping to avoid becoming the first sitting president to lose an election since George H.W. Bush in 1992. Biden, who served as vice president to President Barack Obama from 2009-2017, turns 78 on 20 Nov and would be the oldest president in history if elected * Biden has consistently led in national polls, but the same was true in 2016 for Hillary Clinton, who won the popular vote by almost three million votes but lost the Electoral College to Trump by 304-227, with 270 needed for victory * Millions of people have already cast their ballots, through mail and in-person early voting * Key battleground states include Florida, Pennsylvania, Iowa, Ohio, and North Carolina * Also, elections today for all 435 seats in the House of Representatives, 35 of the 100 Senate seats (including special elections in Arizona and Georgia), and 11 state governors

Weblinks: http://www.fec.gov, https://twitter.com/FEC

Contacts: FEC press, press@fec.gov, 1 202 694 1220; EAC, HAVAinfo@eac.gov, 1 202 566 3100; Trump for President press, pressoffice@donaldtrump.com; Joe Biden for President press, BidenPress@joebiden.com;

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Tuesday, Nov. 03 Michigan votes in presidential election – Michigan votes in presidential election, with candidates Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden on the ballot * The state has 16 Electoral College votes and has been targeted by both Republicans and Democrats in 2020 * Between 1900 and 2016, Republican presidential candidates have carried 60% of elections compared to 40% for Democrats

Weblinks: https://www.michigan.gov/sos, https://twitter.com/MichSoS

Contacts: Michigan Bureau of Elections, elections@michigan.gov, 1 517 335 3234; Trump for President press, pressoffice@donaldtrump.com; Joe Biden for President press, BidenPress@joebiden.com;

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Tuesday, Nov. 03 U.S. Senate election in Michigan – U.S. Senate election in Michigan: Democrat Gary Peters vs. Republican John James * Incumbent Democratic Sen. Gary Peters is seeking his second term in office * Considered a battleground race * One of 35 Senate elections in today’s general election

Weblinks: https://www.michigan.gov/sos, https://twitter.com/MichSoS

Contacts: Gary Peters for Senate, info@petersformichigan.com, 1 248 799 0850; Michigan Bureau of Elections, elections@michigan.gov, 1 517 335 3234; John James for Senate, press@johnjamesforsenate.com, 1 734 237 7930;

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Tuesday, Nov. 03 Michigan 1st Congressional District election – Michigan 1st Congressional District election: Republican Jack Bergman vs. Democrat Dana Ferguson * Incumbent Republican Rep. Jack Bergman is seeking his third term in office * One of 435 House elections in today’s general election

Weblinks: https://www.michigan.gov/sos, https://twitter.com/MichSoS

Contacts: Michigan Bureau of Elections, elections@michigan.gov, 1 517 335 3234; Jack Bergman for Congress, press@bergmanforcongress.com, 1 231 715 1139, https://twitter.com/JackBergman_MI1; Dana Ferguson for Congress, info@fergusonformichigan1.com;

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Tuesday, Nov. 03 Michigan 2nd Congressional District election – Michigan 2nd Congressional District election: Republican Bill Huizenga vs. Democrat Bryan Berghoef * Incumbent Republican Rep. Bill Huizenga is seeking his sixth term in office * One of 435 House elections in today’s general election

Weblinks: https://www.michigan.gov/sos, https://twitter.com/MichSoS

Contacts: Bill Huizenga for Congress, bill@huizengaforcongress.com, https://twitter.com/billhuizenga; Michigan Bureau of Elections, elections@michigan.gov, 1 517 335 3234; Bryan Berghoef for Congress, bryan@bryanberghoef.com;

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Tuesday, Nov. 03 Michigan 3rd Congressional District election – Michigan 3rd Congressional District election: Republican Peter Meijer vs. Democrat Hillary Scholten * The seat had been held by Independent Rep. Justin Amash, who left the Republican Party in 2019 * One of 435 House elections in today’s general election

Weblinks: https://www.michigan.gov/sos, https://twitter.com/MichSoS

Contacts: Michigan Bureau of Elections, elections@michigan.gov, 1 517 335 3234; Peter Meijer for Congress, contact@votemeijer.com; Hillary Scholten for Congress, info@hillaryscholten.com, 1 616 287 2722;

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Tuesday, Nov. 03 Michigan 4th Congressional District election – Michigan 4th Congressional District election: Republican John Moolenaar vs. Democrat Jerry Hilliard * Incumbent Republican Rep. John Moolenaar is seeking his fourth term in office * One of 435 House elections in today’s general election

Weblinks: https://www.michigan.gov/sos, https://twitter.com/MichSoS

Contacts: John Moolenaar for Congress, john@johnmoolenaarforcongress.com, 1 989 600 4163, https://twitter.com/JohnMoolenaar; Michigan Bureau of Elections, elections@michigan.gov, 1 517 335 3234; Jerry Hilliard for Congress, jerry@jerryhilliardforcongress.com;

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Tuesday, Nov. 03 Michigan 5th Congressional District election – Michigan 5th Congressional District election: Democrat Dan Kildee vs. Republican Tim Kelly * Incumbent Democratic Rep. Dan Kildee is seeking is fifth term in office * One of 435 House elections in today’s general election

Weblinks: https://www.michigan.gov/sos, https://twitter.com/MichSoS

Contacts: Michigan Bureau of Elections, elections@michigan.gov, 1 517 335 3234; Dan Kildee for Congress, RSVP@dankildee.com; Tim Kelly for Congress, timkellyforrep@gmail.com;

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Tuesday, Nov. 03 Michigan 6th Congressional District election – Michigan 6th Congressional District election: Republican Fred Upton vs. Democrat Jon Hoadley * Incumbent Republican Rep. Fred Upton is seeking his 18th term in office * One of 435 House elections in today’s general election

Weblinks: https://www.michigan.gov/sos, https://twitter.com/MichSoS

Contacts: Fred Upton for Congress Media, 1 269 983 1144, https://twitter.com/UptonForAllOfUs; Michigan Bureau of Elections, elections@michigan.gov, 1 517 335 3234; Jon Hoadley for Congress, 1 269 220 0416;

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Tuesday, Nov. 03 Michigan 7th Congressional District election – Michigan 7th Congressional District election: Republican Tim Walberg vs. Democrat Gretchen Driskell * Incumbent Republican Rep. Tim Walberg is seeking his seventh term in office * One of 435 House elections in today’s general election

Weblinks: https://www.michigan.gov/sos, https://twitter.com/MichSoS

Contacts: Tim Walberg for Congress, info@walbergforcongress.com, 1 517 795 2147, https://twitter.com/timwalberg; Michigan Bureau of Elections, elections@michigan.gov, 1 517 335 3234; Gretchen Driskell for Congress, gretchen@votegretchen.com, https://twitter.com/gdriskell;

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Tuesday, Nov. 03 Michigan 8th Congressional District election – Michigan 8th Congressional District election: Democrat Elissa Slotkin vs. Republican Paul Junge * Incumbent Democratic Rep. Elissa Slotkin is seeking her second term in office * One of 435 House elections in today’s general election

Weblinks: https://www.michigan.gov/sos, https://twitter.com/MichSoS

Contacts: Michigan Bureau of Elections, elections@michigan.gov, 1 517 335 3234; Elissa Slotkin for Congress, press@elissaforcongress.com, 1 248 716 0267, https://twitter.com/ElissaSlotkin; Paul Junge for Congress, 1 810 534 7396;

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Tuesday, Nov. 03 Michigan 9th Congressional District election – Michigan 9th Congressional District election: Democrat Andy Levin vs. Republican Charles Langworthy * Incumbent Democratic Rep. Andy Levin is seeking his second term in office * One of 435 House elections in today’s general election

Weblinks: https://www.michigan.gov/sos, https://twitter.com/MichSoS

Contacts: Michigan Bureau of Elections, elections@michigan.gov, 1 517 335 3234; Andy Levin for Congress, info@andylevinforcongress.com, 1 586 738 0116; Charles Langworthy for Congress, langworthy4congress@gmail.com;

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Tuesday, Nov. 03 Michigan 10th Congressional District election – Michigan 10th Congressional District election: Republican Lisa McClain vs. Democrat Kimberly Bizon * Incumbent Republican Rep. Paul Mitchell is not seeking reelection * One of 435 House elections in today’s general election

Weblinks: https://www.michigan.gov/sos, https://twitter.com/MichSoS

Contacts: Michigan Bureau of Elections, elections@michigan.gov, 1 517 335 3234; Lisa McClain for Congress, info@lisamcclainforcongress.com, 1 586 357 0142;

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Tuesday, Nov. 03 Michigan 11th Congressional District election – Michigan 11th Congressional District election: Democrat Haley Stevens vs. Republican Eric Esshaki * Incumbent Democratic Rep. Haley Stevens is seeking her second term in office * One of 435 House elections in today’s general election

Weblinks: https://www.michigan.gov/sos, https://twitter.com/MichSoS

Contacts: Michigan Bureau of Elections, elections@michigan.gov, 1 517 335 3234; Haley Stevens for Congress, info@haleystevensforcongress.com , 1 248 631 4968, https://twitter.com/HaleyLive; Eric Esshaki for Congress, info@ericesshaki.com, 1 248 265 3400;

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Tuesday, Nov. 03 Michigan 12th Congressional District election – Michigan 12th Congressional District election: Democrat Debbie Dingell vs. Republican Jeff Jones * Incumbent Democratic Rep. Debbie Dingell is seeking her fourth term in office * One of 435 House elections in today’s general election

Weblinks: https://www.michigan.gov/sos, https://twitter.com/MichSoS

Contacts: Michigan Bureau of Elections, elections@michigan.gov, 1 517 335 3234; Jeff Jones for Congress, jeff@jeffjones4congress.com, https://twitter.com/VoteJeff_Jones; Debbie Dingell for Congress press, dingellpress@gmail.com, https://twitter.com/debdingell;

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Tuesday, Nov. 03 Michigan 13th Congressional District election – Michigan 13th Congressional District election: Democrat Rashida Tlaib vs. Republican David Dudenhoefer * Incumbent Democratic Rep. Rashida Tlaib is seeking her second term in office * One of 435 House elections in today’s general election

Weblinks: https://www.michigan.gov/sos, https://twitter.com/MichSoS

Contacts: Michigan Bureau of Elections, elections@michigan.gov, 1 517 335 3234; Rashida Tlaib for Congress, Rashida@RashidaForCongress.com, 1 313 694 3606 , https://twitter.com/rashidatlaib; Ross Trumble, David Dudenhoefer for Congress, Ross@Dude4Congress.com, 1 602 793 3435;

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Tuesday, Nov. 03 Michigan 14th Congressional District election – Michigan 14th Congressional District election: Democrat Brenda Lawrence vs. Republican Robert Vance Patrick * Incumbent Democratic Rep. Brenda Lawrence is seeking her seventh term in office * One of 435 House elections in today’s general election

Weblinks: https://www.michigan.gov/sos, https://twitter.com/MichSoS

Contacts: Brenda Lawrence for Congress, info@brendalawrence.com, 1 313 319 2064, https://twitter.com/BrendaLLawrence; Michigan Bureau of Elections, elections@michigan.gov, 1 517 335 3234; R. Vance Patrick for Congress, 4vancepatrick@gmail.com, 1 313 676 3252;

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Tuesday, Nov. 03 Michigan votes on ballot measures – Michigan votes on ballot measures: Use of State and Local Park Funds Amendment, which revises formula for how state and local park funds from trusts can be spent, and Search Warrant for Electronic Data Amendment, which requires a search warrant to access a person’s electronic data

Weblinks: http://www.michigan.gov, https://twitter.com/MichSoS

Contacts: Michigan Bureau of Elections, elections@michigan.gov, 1 517 335 3234

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Wednesday, Nov. 04 Michigan Farm Bureau annual meeting, held virtually – Michigan Farm Bureau annual meeting * Taking place virtually over the course of three different days due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic

Weblinks: http://www.michfb.com, https://twitter.com/MichFarmBureau

Contacts: Michigan Farm Bureau, mfbweb@michfb.com, 1 517 323 7000

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Thursday, Nov. 05 POSTPONED: AIAG Supply Chain Summit – POSTPONED: AIAG Supply Chain Summit * Postponed due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic

Location: Suburban Collection Showplace, 46100 Grand River Ave, Novi, MI

Weblinks: http://www.aiag.org/, https://twitter.com/AIAG

Contacts: Shannon Osburn, AIAG events, sosburn@aiag.org, 1 248 213 4642

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CORPORATE DATA

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Thursday, Nov. 05 CMS Energy: Q4 2020 Ex-dividend date

Weblinks: https://www.cmsenergy.com/home/default.aspx

Contacts: Travis Uphaus, CMS Energy Investor Relations, travis.uphaus@cmsenergy.com, 1 517 768 3114