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VOTE BY MAIL
Here is how to vote by mail in the August Primary Election:
Your local Clerk's Office will send out ballots in tandem with the start of in person early voting. You can request an absentee ballot be delivered to your address. We recommend voting by mail if there is more than two week left before Election Day.
1. Complete your application online
Before continuing, ensure you are registered to vote by clicking here.
Confirm that you are a U.S. citizen and will be 18 years old by Election Day.
Fill in your Michigan driver's license or state ID information. If you don't have these, click here.
Verify mailing address that you want your ballot shipped to.
Confirm contact information and submit.
Wait to receive your ballot from your Clerk's Office. This process could take 1-2 weeks or longer, which is why it is important to complete this process as soon as possible.
3. Complete and return your ballot
Once you receive your ballot, complete it and return it by:
Mailing it free of charge.
Taking it to your local Clerk's Office. Find location here.
Drop you ballot off at ballot drop boxes, the locations for which can be found here.
Ballots must be postmarked by election day in order to be counted. If there are two weeks left until Election Day, we recommend dropping your ballot off at the Clerk's Office or a ballot drop box. You can submit your absentee ballot in person until polls close on Election Day.
Here is how to vote in person in the August Primary Election:
VOTE IN PERSON
You can vote early in person starting on June 23 at your local Clerk's Office. On Election Day, you have the option of voting at the ballot box.
Vote early in person
Vote in person on Election Day
You can vote on August 2 from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. by going to your polling location and asking to vote in the Democratic Primary. Find your polling place by visiting the Secretary of State's website.