In Oakland and Macomb Counties there have been reports of voter machines not working.
Some of the machines have jammed in some suburbs, while other precincts are reporting long lines - which may be a good thing.
And there is also a problem in some cities that voters are not getting stickers.
It is kind a like a badge of honor, the" I voted" voting sticker.
"I asked for my voting sticker because I want my voting sticker," said Taneesha Moorer.
Well who wouldn't want a voting sticker?
"I wasn't offered one," said Carrie Slocinski.
FOX 2: "Did you want one?"
"Yes," she said.
And others feel the same way.
Interestingly, under federal law it is illegal to give an incentive to give someone something to vote like food. But a sticker?
Now Warren Clerk Paul Wojno said that with over 100,000 voters in the primary and general election in Warren it could cost taxpayers about $10,000.
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But Charlie Langton had a surprise for Moorer - a sticker of her own.
"You are an angel," she said.
And the Warren clerk said that in the next city budget he is going to propose some money to buy stickers.