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U.S. Rep. Fred Upton presents certificates of Special Congressional Recognition to several southwestern Michigan businesses for their efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic at the Dwight P. Mitchell City Center Park in downtown Benton Harbor in July.

LANSING — With the primary complete, Michigan candidates on Wednesday quickly turned their focus to November – when voters in the presidential battleground will also decide a competitive U.S. Senate race, several House contests and which party controls a legislative chamber.

Tuesday’s election, held during the coronavirus pandemic, was marked by a record number of absentee ballots that is only expected to grow in three months.

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