Voter Registration Deadline: Monday, July 9

Are you registered to vote at your current address? If you're not sure, verify your voter information here.

Need an Absentee Ballot?

You can vote before August 7 by submitting an absenteee ballot application to your city or township clerk between May 24 and August 4 if any of the following apply to you:

  • Over 60
  • Expect to be out of town Election Day (August 7)
  • Can't vote in person without assistance
  • Can't vote in person due to the tenets of your religion
  • Incarcerated awaiting arraignment or trial
  • Poll worker

IMPORTANT Rule for Voting in Primaries

Michigan law provides that in primary elections, you may ONLY vote in one of the three columns in the partisan section of the ballot (either Democratic, Republican, or Libertarian). If you vote for Scott (a Democrat), you cannot vote for any Republicans or Libertarians for any office; otherwise, your votes will not count. (In the November general election, you'll still be able to vote for candidates from various parties.)