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voting & election information

As a result of the passage of the "Promote the Vote" constitutional amendment in November, 2018 by Michigan voters, voter registration and absentee ballot procedures have changed The office of Michigan's Secretary of State is working to implement the new policies, which are reflected here.

VOTING CALENDAR

There are 4 election days in Michigan, each with its own candidate filing deadline and date a voter must be registered in order to cast a ballot. 

VOTING 101

In a democratic society, we have the privilege of voting to choose the representatives who will work on the problems important to us. Here are some resources to help you navigate the world of voting.

REGISTER TO VOTE

Download a voter registration form and learn where, when and how you can register to vote. 

VOTING FAQs

Learn about primary elections, voting day rules, different kinds of ballots, absentee voting and more. 

VOTING TIPS FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS

First time voters and college students often find themselves caught in the technicalities of Michigan election laws. Here are a few tips for college students in Michigan to help guide you through the voting process. 

VOTER GUIDES

The League of Women Voters produced and distributed over 100,000 copies of a non-partisan voter guide that covered statewide offices and proposals in advance of the November, 2018 mid-term election. Additionally, information about most local, county and state candidates was made available on the League's non-partisan, on-line voter guide, VOTE411.org

 


The League of Women Voters never supports or opposes candidates for office, or political parties, and any use of the League of Women Voters name in campaign advertising or literature has not been authorized by the League.