Absentee Ballots are available at least 45 days prior to election days.
2019 Upcoming Elections
(Tentative) May 7, 2019
August 6, 2019 City Primary
November 5, 2019 City General
List of 2019 Candidates and Proposals
Links to come soon!
Am I registered to vote? Where do I go on election day?
You can use the Secretary of State's Voter Information Center to search for voters' information by name or driver's license number. Or look at this map to find your precinct number and polling location. For more information on registering to vote, check out the City Clerk's Register to Vote page.
I'm not registered, or I need to change my information (address, name change, etc.). What do I do? There are many ways to register or change your information. Go to this page for details.
What will my ballot look like? Check out the Secretary of State's Michigan Voter Information Center to see a sample ballot. Be sure to select your correct County, City, and Precinct, and check back often to see if there are updates. The website also provides links to more information, including proposal and candidate websites and campaign finance information.
Who is running for office? You can check out the League of Women Voters' online tool, the Vote411 Voter Guide, to see who will be on your ballot in November.