Democratic presidential candidates Elizabeth Warrens, Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden during the South Carolina Democratic debate in Charleston on Feb. 25.

With a highly competitive race on the Democratic side and Republican President Donald Trump on the ballot, the turnout for Michigan’s primary next week could come close to record levels.

Voter turnout of 2.5 million voters broke records in 2016 when there was an open seat for president and competitive races on both the Republican and Democratic sides of the ballot. Here’s what you need to know for Michigan’s primary:

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