Elections & Voting
Voting is one of the most cherished and fundamental rights in our country.
We hope you find this page helpful in answering questions you may have regarding elections and the voting process.
Also, you can access the most up-to-date and comprehensive information at
The Michigan Voter Information Center website at:
ELECTION DATES & INFORMATION
Currently, there are no elections scheduled in 2019 but watch for any changes that may come along! If you are not yet registered, you may register to vote in person at the Davison Township Clerk’s Department or at any Secretary of State office. Please note Michigan does not have on-line voter registration at this time. You must print and complete the application, then bring it in to the Clerk’s Department or any Secretary of State branch office. An application to register to vote can be obtained here: MIVoterRegistration_97046_7.pdf
The completed form can be mailed, faxed or emailed to:
Visit www.michigan.gov/vote to verify your registration and precinct location.
Feel free to call the Clerk’s Department if you have any questions at 810-653-4156.
REGISTERING TO VOTE
You can register to vote for federal, state and local elections here at the Davison Township Clerk’s Department or by visiting any Secretary of State Branch office. or by mail. To register to vote you must be:
TO REGISTER BY MAIL
ELECTION ELIGIBLE VOTER REGISTRATION
With the passage of Proposal 18-3, an unregistered elector (or registered elector who has moved) who wishes to participate in an upcoming election now has the following options:
Voters who register to vote in person during the 14-day window must show proof of residency as well as provide photo identification.
Whenever you move to a new city, township or village you must re-register to vote.
Obtaining an Absentee Ballot
Absentee ballots no longer require a “reason” so anyone can choose to vote absentee. Ballots are typically available 30 days before an election. You can obtain an absent voter ballot by the following methods:
Regular Office Hours: Mon-Fri, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
MILITARY AND OVERSEAS CIVILIAN VOTERS
Special services are provided to assist military and overseas civilian voters participate in elections. If you are a military or overseas civilian voter who is eligible to vote in Michigan, go to www.michigan.gov/sos, then click on "Elections" in the upper left side of the screen. Next, select Michigan Voter Information Center.
On the left, click on Military and Overseas Voters for information on how to register to vote, how to obtain an absent voter ballot and other assistance.
Important note: Only those voters covered under the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA) are eligible to use the Federal Post Card Application Form (FPCA) and receive an absentee ballot by email or fax. Covered voters include:
Currently Davison Township has 9 precincts:
Remember to bring an acceptable form of photo identification to the polls on Election Day.
Visit the Michigan Voter Information Center website for the complete list of acceptable forms of I.D. and more information on this requirement.
STATE ELECTED OFFICIALS
Governor Gretchen Whitmer
Lt. Governor Garlin Gilchrist II
P.O. Box 30013
Lansing, MI 48909
517-373-3400 or 517-335-7858 (Constituent Services)
Secretary of State
Michigan Department of State
Lansing, MI 48918
Ruth Johnson, 14th District
7300 Binsfeld Building
Lansing, MI 48909-7536
State House Representative
Sheryl Kennedy, 48th District
P.O. Box 30014
Lansing, MI 48909-7514
FEDERAL ELECTED OFFICIALS
U.S. Senator Gary Peters
124 W Allegan, Ste. 1400
Lansing, MI 48933-1716
U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow
2503 S Linden Road
Flint, MI 48532
U.S. Congressman Dan Kildee
801 S Saginaw St, Plaza Level
Flint, MI 48502
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