Contains information on The Next Election in your area or state, information on how to Register to Vote, Voter Information, and About Voting (early, absentee, by mail, or at the polls).
On November 6, 2018, the General Election is scheduled to elect the Governor of Michigan and other federal, state, and local officials.
Wonder if you are registered to vote? Click the LWV Vote411.org icon to check.
Not sure where to vote? Click the LWV 411.org icon to find your polling place.
What is an absentee ballot? An absentee ballot is a way of voting by mail if you are unable to get to your polling place on election day.
Who is eligible for an absentee ballot? To be eligible for an absentee ballot, you must fit one or more of the following criteria:
How does a university student who is a first time voter get an absentee ballot to vote in a city other than his or her permanent address? The student must appear with picture ID at the Election Clerk office nearest the university. The clerk will issue a paper verifying the student's identity. This paper is mailed with a request for an absentee ballot to the student's city or township clerk, who will then send the student an absentee ballot.
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Democracy only works when everyone can participate. By making voting more accessible, secure and fair, our democracy will be better serve all Americans and our laws will better reflect the will of the people. Everyone--Republicans, Democrats, and Independents--deserves to have their vote secure and counted.