Every registered Michigan voter has the right to vote an absentee ballot. They can submit their application by mail, online or in person at your local clerk’s office (at the township hall)! Once voters submit their application, they can track the mailing status of their ballot online at Michigan.gov/vote.
Voters who already received their absentee ballot should complete it, sign the envelope, and mail it in the envelope provided (postage needed) or hand-deliver it to the office or ballot drop box located outside of the township hall. Absentee ballots must be received by the voter’s local clerk’s office by 8pm on November 8 to be counted.
Voters can find their clerk’s office and drop box locations at Michigan.gov/vote. At the same site, eligible citizens can also register to vote or update their registration through October 24. Citizens can register to vote up to and on Election Day in person at their local clerk’s office, and they can request and submit an absentee ballot in the same visit.
In-person voting will be held at the township hall on Election Day, November 8 between 7am and 8pm.