You can’t vote in the November 3 Election by registering on this site. To register or update your voter registration for the November 3 general election, you must go to your city or township clerk's office as soon as possible, but no later than 8 p.m. on Election Day. You can vote during the same visit. Here is what you need to bring with you.

Register to vote online

Election Day is coming up on November 3rd. Because it's within the next 14 days, you can’t vote in that election by registering on this website unless you take additional steps. But you can still vote! Here’s how:
If you are a military or overseas voter, find out how to register for this election by going to: Information for Military and Overseas Civilian Voters


If you’ve never registered in Michigan before, you must go in person to your city or township clerk's office before 8 pm on Election Day and provide a document showing proof of residency. You will also be able to vote while at your clerk’s office. The document must include your current address and can be in electronic form. You may show:
  • a Michigan driver’s license or state ID
  • a current utility bill
  • a bank statement
  • a paycheck
  • a government check
  • another government document

You can find your city or township clerk's office at Michigan.gov/Vote.

If you’ve already registered but are just changing your address, you have 3 options:

1.Go in person to your city or township clerk's office before 8pm on Election Day and provide a document showing proof of residency . The document must include your current address and can be in electronic form. You may show:
  • a Michigan driver’s license or state ID
  • a current utility bill
  • a bank statement
  • a paycheck
  • a government check
  • another government document
2.Vote at your old voting location one more time. Find your voting location at Michigan.Gov/Vote.
3.Request an absent voter ballot from your old city or township clerk.

You can find your city or township clerk's office at Michigan.gov/Vote.



If you’re not planning to vote on November 3rd, you don’t need to do anything. You’ll be registered to vote in all future elections by using this website.We will mail you a voter information card after this election.


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