Voter Info

Voter Info

Absentee Voting Information:

Find all the Absentee Voter Ballot Request information on the Secretary of State website.

Who can vote absentee:

As a registered voter, you may obtain an absent voter ballot if you are:

  • Expecting to be absent from the community in which you are registered for the entire time the polls are open on Election Day.
  • 60 years of age or older.
  • Physically unable to attend the polls without assistance of another.
  • Unable to attend the polls based upon the tenets of your religion.
  • Confined to jail waiting arraignment or trial.
  • Appointed to work as an election inspector in a precinct outside your residence.


If you have any questions about voting absentee you should check the Secretary of State web site or call your city or township clerk’s office.

Please Note

Note: if you registered to vote by mail and have not yet voted in person, contact your county auditor to determine if you can vote absentee by mail or if there are special identification requirements with your application.

Voter Registration

Voter registration is the first step to performing one’s duties as a citizen. Once a person is registered, the next step is to make sure they become informed of the candidates, help elect qualified people, and get out and vote.

Are you registered to vote?

Check the Secretary of State website to see if you’re registered to vote, and to find out WHERE your voting location is.

Register to Vote

Voter Registration Form 

To Be Eligible To Register To Vote You Must Be:

  • A United States Citizen
  • At least 18 years of age by Election Day
  • A resident of Michigan and the city or township where you are applying to register to vote. Whenever you move to a new city or township, you must re-register to vote.

Visit the Secretary of State’s website regarding first time registering to vote, absentee voting or other such questions. (Read the directions carefully.)

It is an easy process and by registering to vote you are taking the first step in standing up for conservative values! It is your right – do not wait another day!

Where to Vote:

Visit the Secretary of State’s website or Publius to find out where you need to go to vote on the next election day. If you are registered the site will give you directions and other important contact information.