Voter InformationInformation on upcoming elections, registration and candidates
How do I register?
US Citizens, at least 18 years of age, who are residents of Michigan, can register to vote in any of the following locations at least 30 days before the election: –
- Local city, county, or township clerk’s office
- Secretary of State branch office
- Family Independence Agency
- Department of Community Health
- You can also register to vote when you renew your driver’s license.
For more information, visit the county voter website
Confirm you are registered to vote, view a sample ballot, and to locate your polling place.
How do I get an absentee ballot?
Eligible voters may request an absentee ballot if you:
- are unable to vote without assistance
- are 60 years of age or older
- expect to be absent from your city or township on election day
- are in jail, awaiting arraignment or trial
- have been assigned to work as a precinct inspector in a precinct other than where you are registered; or
- are unable to attend the polls because of religious beliefs It is wise to apply 1-2 months prior to the election.
If you have any questions, please contact the Washtenaw County Clerk
Where is my polling place?
Visit the State of Michigan site at:
Who represents me?
Find your representative in the Michigan House of Representatives here:
Find your representative in the Michigan State Senate here:
Useful voter forms and resources:
Below are links to application forms for registering to vote and applying for an absentee ballot:
Voter Registration Form
Absentee Ballot Application
For more voter information see: