Voter Information

Read on for information about voting in the August 2nd Primary. Polls will be open on August 2nd from 7:00am-8:00pm local time. You have the right to vote if you are in line by 8:00pm.

Registering to Vote by Mail or in Person:

Link to a Michigan Voter Registration Application

Visit iwillvote.com to check if you are registered to vote, register to vote online and learn more about voting.

Find your local clerk here, along with other voting information such as polling location and view sample ballots.

Registration Deadlines

-July 18, 2022: Last day to register in any manner other than in-person with your local Clerk for the August primary.

-July 19 through 8:00 p.m. on August 2, 2022: You MUST register to vote in-person with your local Clerk by showing proof of residency.

You MUST request your absentee ballot form your clerk no later than 5:00pm on July 29th. The form can be mailed or returned in person at the local clerk’s office. You can also go to the local clerk’s office in person.

Absentee Voting

You should be receiving one of these Absentee Ballot applications from your clerk shortly, as Absentee Ballots will be sent out on June 18th. This form can be mailed or returned in person at your local Clerk’s office.

You can request an Absentee Ballot using the form above, in person at your local clerk’s office or using this link.

If you are requesting the Absentee Ballot in person, you can do so until 4:00pm on the day prior to the election.

Your completed Absentee Ballot should be received by your local clerk by 8:00pm on Election Day. You may return your Absentee Ballot by mail or by hand delivering to your local clerk or their official drop box. Team Stevens recommends hand delivering your ballot to avoid any postal delays.

If a voter who has been issued an Absentee Ballot decides to vote at the polls, the Clerk will spoil the Absentee Ballot so the voter can cast a ballot at the polls. If a voter requested an Absentee Ballot but it did not arrive, the voter may do a Provisional Ballot at either the polls or their local clerk’s office.