Voter Information

Voter Resources

Clerks Office Extended Hours Oct 2020

A message from the Clerk’s Office

The Michigan Voter Information Center is an online resource that allows you to perform many election related tasks online, including:

  • Registering to vote
  • Updating your voter registration address
  • Requesting an absentee ballot
  • Signing up for the permanent absentee application list
  • Viewing a sample ballot for the upcoming election
  • Checking your polling location

Click here to visit the Michigan Voter Information Center

All registered voters are allowed to vote by absentee, without a reason. Voting absentee is a convenient way to vote, and can be done from the comfort of your home.  Sign up to receive an absentee application for every election cycle, return the application to the Clerk’s office, receive your ballot, return your ballot by 8 P.M. on election day! Submit a request online to be placed on this list or call our office. 

The absentee ballots for the November 3 General Election will not be available until late September, according to Clerk Cindy Bower.  The printer will deliver the ballots around mid-September, the City Clerk’s Office is asking for approximately a week to process and prepare the ballots.  Please monitor the city website for further updates.

Voting procedures:

Polls are open from 7 am until 8 pm Please have valid photo identification at the polls List of acceptable identification If you do not have a valid photo ID you must sign an affidavit of identity For more information, please contact the City Clerk’s Office or visit the Michigan Voting Website.

If you have a group interested in registering to vote and would like the Clerk to attend an event to assist with registration, please contact the City Clerk’s Office at 734-287-6550 option 6.

Feel free to email the Clerk’s Office with any questions you may have.

Remember, every vote counts, so please exercise your right to do so!

Vote Absentee in 2020