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2022 Democratic Voter Guide

The Voter Guide is our biggest get-out-the-vote effort. It has a sample ballot with endorsed candidates – including judges and school board members – plus candidate info, early voting info, and more.

We are halfway to getting 100,000 of these to voters, and you can help! If you can do ONE THING this election, do this!

No-knock drop offs

Everything provided

About 1 to 2 hours

Judges matter

From the statehouse to the schoolboard, every race matters. Vote all the way down the ballot, especially for Supreme Court.

Bernstein and Bolden for Michigan Supreme Court

“What is the deciding issue of our time?  Voting.

Who gets to vote, how they vote, where they vote will be up to the Michigan Supreme Court.”

— Kyra Harris Bolden

Candidate for Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court

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Vote absentee

Request your ballot now to receive it in time to vote.  You can get your ballot three different ways: online, by mail, or at your local clerk

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Online

Visit the Michigan Voter Information Center and fill out an online application.  Done!

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By mail

Download, print, and fill out the Absentee Voter Ballot Application.  Be sure to sign it!

Then follow the instructions to mail it to your clerk.  In many cases you can take a photo of the signed application and email it!

See below to find your local clerk.

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At your local clerk

Look up your township or city clerk’s details at the Michigan Voter Information Center.

Call ahead to find out what you need to bring with you, and then drop by the office to apply in person!

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