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Our team works to educate voters on their rights, informing them of key dates for each and every election and how to take advantage of the improved online process to register or update their voting address. We prioritize reaching voters where they are. We do this by placing interactive lawn signs in our neighborhoods and posters in our local business that connect voters with online resources to register, apply to vote at home and sign up to serve as a poll worker.
How can I vote?
Vote Before Election
Vote at Home by Absentee Ballot:
- Drop your ballot off at your city ballot drop box or return your ballot by mail as early as you can and at least 14 days before all elections. Ballots must be received by your clerk no later than close of polls, 8 p.m. on Election Date
- Don’t forget to sign your ballot!
Vote In-Person Absentee Before Election Day:
- Check your local clerk’s office and satellite location hours at mi.gov/vote
- If you live in Detroit, visit 313votes.org for additional details
- Remember, if you are already registered to vote where you live, the deadline to vote IN PERSON before Election Day is the Monday before Election Day at 4 p.m.
Voting on Election Day
- Polls are open from 7am to 8pm for all elections
- Double check your polling location here: mi.gov/vote
Still need to register to vote?
- You can register and vote same day beginning 40 days before Election Day
- Visit your local city clerk’s office or satellite
- Remember: you’ll need to bring proof of residency if registering to vote 14 days or closer to Election Day
- You can review the full Michigan Know Your Rights Guide at michiganvoting.org!