It’s not too late to VOTE in Michigan’s Tuesday, August 4th Primary!

It’s not too late to VOTE in Michigan’s Tuesday, August 4th Primary!

It’s not too late to VOTE in Michigan’s Tuesday, August 4th Primary! 1500 1029 AEPC Health

1. If you are already registered to vote:

a. If you requested and received an Absent Voter Ballot by mail, fill it out and return it to your clerk’s office no later than 8 pm on Election Day. Since ballots must be received by the clerk’s office by the 8 pm Election Day deadline, it’s best to return it in-person if possible.

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b. Request an Absent Voter Ballot no later than 4 pm Monday, August 3rd in-person at your city or township clerk’s office (find your clerk’s office here). You can request a ballot and vote absentee in the clerk’s office.  

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c. Vote in-person at your assigned polling place on Tuesday, August 4th. Polls are open from 7 am to 8 pm. Remember to wear a facemask and keep six feet apart from others.

2. If you are not registered to vote:

Register and vote in-person at your city or township clerk’s office (find your clerk’s office here) no later than 8 pm on Election Day.

 

Remember to bring a photo ID such as a Michigan driver’s license or state-issued ID card to register or vote.

Not sure you’re registered? Click here to check.

Click here for more voter information from the Michigan Secretary of State

Don’t pass up your right to vote!