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  • Kalamazoo, MI

Voting Information

● If you move to a new city or township, you must re-register
● If you are in jail, awaiting arraignment or trial, you may register to vote
● Voters may register to vote up to and on Election Day
● You have the right to cast a straight-ticket vote
● If you do not have your photo ID, you can still vote by signing an affidavit

● All Michigan voters have the right to vote absentee for any reason
Under MI law, it is a felony for any unauthorized person to return or offer to return a absentee ballot
● Before returning your absentee ballot, make sure to sign the back
● Ballots that arrive after 8pm on election day are not counted

Make sure you’re registered to vote!

  1. You must be…

    A US citizen
    A Michigan resident at the time of registration
    A resident of the municipality where you wish to vote (30 days prior)
    At least 18 years of age (at the time of voting)

  2. Fill out application

    Complete the voter registration application online or using the paper form

  3. Return application

    Mail or drop off your application to your local clerk’s office

  4. Clerk sends your voter card

    You will receive a card showing you where to cast your ballot

  5. Vote!

Voter Assistance Hotline: 833-MI-VOTES