FOUR WAYS to REQUEST YOUR BALLOT
Permanent Ballot List
This new process allows you to automatically receive your ballot for every election. Do not request to be placed on this list if you are typically away from your registered voting address on election days. Click here to request to be added to the Permanent Ballot List.
Absentee Ballot Application List
The established two-step process that requires an application's submittal to receive a ballot is generally done if you expect to be at another location other than your registered address during elections.
At your Polling Location on Election Day
Waiting until Election Day to vote in person at your polling location is still an option and has not changed. Go to mvic.sos.state.mi.us and click on Find Your Polling Place.
Like Election Day voting, you can now vote in person up to nine days before Election Day. All ballots, including Absentee Ballots, received nine days before Election Day will be tabulated.
The WHO, WHAT, WHERE, WHEN and WHY of EARLY VOTING
The Clinton Township Board of Trustees has approved one Early Voting Site during the Presidential Primary on Feb. 27, 2024.
WHO can vote early?
Any registered voter within the Township can vote early.
WHAT is early voting?
During the 2022 Gubernatorial Election, voters passed Proposition 2, allowing Early Voting Sites for registered voters in a community to vote at least nine days before Election Day.
WHERE is Clinton Township's early voting site?
The Presidential Primary early voting site is at the Clinton Township Senior Center, 40730 Romeo Plank Rd. Early voting ballot results will not be reported until 8 p.m. on Election Day. There will be 11 early voting election inspectors at the Clinton Township Senior Center early voting site per day.
WHEN can voters vote early?
For the Presidential Primary on Feb. 27, 2024, registered voters can vote in person from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. starting Saturday, Feb. 17 to Sunday, Feb. 25.
WHY vote early?
Early voting allows voters to place their ballot into the tabulator, the same process as voting at a poll location on Election Day.
WAYS TO VOTE
Absentee Ballots will be mailed to your residence with a postage-paid envelope for ease of return using the USPS.
Also, you can drop your ballot into one of six drop boxes throughout the Township. Go to Ballot Box Locations for a locator map.
AT THE POLLS
And you can still vote at a polling location on Election Day. Go to mvic.sos.state.mi.us and click on Find Your Polling Place.
IN PERSON at EARLY VOTING SITE
Starts nine (9) days before Election Day.