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Voter Registration

Click here to check your voter registration status.

New residents may register to vote at City Hall, at any Secretary of State Branch Office, at certain state agencies, or by mail. Your voter registration is permanent; however, if you move from one community to another or change your name, you must reregister to vote. State law requires that you register to vote at the address shown on your Michigan Driver’s License.

Persons registering to vote in person must show acceptable photo id or sign an affidavit.

You are qualified to vote if:

  • You are at least 18 years of age on or before the day of the election at which you wish to vote.
  • You are a citizen of the United States.
  • You have been a resident of the State of Michigan and the community for at least 30 days before the election.
  • You have registered to vote on or before the close of registration before the election at which you wish to vote.

 Click here for a Voter Registration Form.   If you do not return this form in person, you may be subject to voting restrictions.  To check your voter registration status or for additional voter registration information, click here.

IMPORTANT (especially for college students): Please be advised that if you register to vote by mail, the first time that you vote, you have to vote in person. You are not eligible to receive an absent voter ballot. This exception does not apply to anyone 60 years of age or older or those in the military or citizens temporarily residing overseas.

Registering to vote BY MAIL includes completing and submitting a voter registration application by mail or by having the application submitted to the Clerk's office by anyone other than you, the actual voter. To avoid this restriction, voters such as college students that will not be in town on Election Day and will need to vote by absent voter ballot are encouraged to register to vote in person at any Michigan Secretary of State Branch Office, the County Clerk's Office, or at the City Clerk's Office.

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