Voting And Elections

Voting And Elections


 UPCOMING ELECTION:

Tuesday, November 7, 2017 - 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.:  Election for Washtenaw Intermediate School District Proposal - for Hamburg Precinct 4 Voters and Green Oak Township Precincts 3 & 8 Voters:   View Newspaper Notice

Text of Proposal: 
 
WASHTENAW INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT SPECIAL EDUCATION MILLAGE RENEWAL PROPOSAL: 
 This proposal will allow the intermediate school district to continue to levy special education millage previously approved by the electors. Shall the limitation on the amount of taxes which may be assessed against all property in Washtenaw Intermediate School District, Michigan, be increased by .9719 mill ($0.9719 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation) for a period of 8 years, 2018 to 2025, inclusive, to provide funds for the education of students with a disability; the estimate of the revenue the intermediate school district will collect if the millage is approved and levied in 2018 is approximately $15,200,000 from local property taxes authorized herein (this is a renewal of millage that expired with the 2017 tax levy)?   WASHTENAW INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT SPECIAL EDUCATION MILLAGE RENEWAL PROPOSAL .9719 MILL FOR 8 YEARS


 Monday, October 16, 2017 - 10:00 a.m. - Notice of Public Accuracy Test For Washtenaw Intermediate School District November 7, 2017 Special Election - View Newspaper Notice.


 

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Voting is a primary right and responsibility of American citizens. Often, however, many citizens find it confusing to understand how this fundamental American right functions on a practical level.

All Michigan counties, cities, villages and townships are connected to the state wide Qualified Voter File (QVF) database maintained through the Michigan Secretary of State's office. QVF is a master file list of voters currently registered to vote.


Who Can Vote?
To register to vote, you must be: A United States citizen At least 18 years of age (by election day) A resident of Michigan and the city or township where you are applying to register to vote. Not confined in jail after being convicted and sentenced.


Where Can I Register To Vote?
You may register to vote through: Any Secretary of State's office at the time you renew or change your driver's license. Your local city or township hall Clerk's office. By completing the mail-in registration application form and mailing it to the local city or township hall Clerk's office. You may register to vote in person at any Michigan Secretary of State office or at the Hamburg Township Clerk's office. To apply for Absent Voter Ballots, contact the Clerk's Office directly.

Absent Voter Ballots

For an absent voter ballot, contact the Hamburg Township Clerk's Office at 810-231-1000 Ext. 207.


Registration Deadlines

Last Day to Register for the August 8, 2017 Special  Election was July 10, 2017.


Where's My Ballot? Where Do I Vote?
To View your Ballot listings online, including lists of candidates and any applicable ballot proposals for voters in your zip code area, go to the Michigan Voter Information Center Web Site.


POLLING PLACE RELOCATIONS FOR PRECINCTS 3 AND 6

The polling places for Precinct 3 and Precinct 6 have been permanently relocated:


Updated October 12, 2017