BARACK OBAMA & JOE BIDEN   President & Vice President
DEBBIE STABENOW   US Senate

GARY McDOWELL   1st Congressional District
WILLIE GERMAN JR.   2nd Congressional District
STEVE PESTKA   3rd Congressional District
DEBRA WIRTH   4th Congressional District
DAN KILDEE   5th Congressional District
MIKE O'BRIEN   6th Congressional District
KURT HASKELL   7th Congressional District
LANCE ENDERLE   8th Congressional District
SANDY LEVIN   9th Congressional District
CHUCK STADLER   10th Congressional District
SYED TAJ   11th Congressional District (General)
DAVE CURSON   11th Congressional District (Partial Term)
JOHN DINGELL   12th Congressional District
JOHN CONYERS   13th Congressional District
GARY PETERS   14th Congressional District

CONNIE MARIE KELLEY   Michigan Supreme Court (8 Year Term)
BRIDGET MARY McCORMACK   Michigan Supreme Court (8 Year Term)
SHELIA JOHNSON   Michigan Supreme Court (Partial Term)

VOTE NO   Proposal 1
VOTE YES   Proposal 2
VOTE YES   Proposal 4
VOTE NO   Proposal 5

MICHELLE FECTEAU & LUPE RAMOS-MONTIGNY   State Board of Education
JOEL FERGUSON & BRIAN MOSALLAM   MSU Board of Trustees
MARK BERNSTEIN & SHAUNA RYDER DIGGS   U of M Board of Regents
SANDRA HUGHES O'BRIEN & KIM TRENT   Wayne State Board of Governors

STATE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES   Click here for list of candidates

 

 

DETROIT DEPARTMENT OF ELECTIONS (MAP)
2978 WEST GRAND BLVD, DETROIT, MI   MONDAY-FRIDAY, 9AM-5PM

WAYNE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE NORTHWEST CAMPUS (MAP)
8200 WEST OUTER DR, DETROIT, MI   MONDAY-SATURDAY, 9AM-5PM

WAYNE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE EASTERN CAMPUS (MAP)
5901 CONNER ST, DETROIT, MI   MONDAY-SATURDAY, 9AM-5PM

 

TO QUALIFY YOU MUST BE:

For more information you may contact the Detroit Department of Elections at:
(313) 876-0190

 

Typically, as a first-time voter, absentee voting presents a challenge - but Michigan’s county clerks are working together to make it easier. Eligible voters can visit the closest county clerk’s office, show their photo ID, and fill out an application for an absentee ballot. The county clerk will send the application to the appropriate clerk, who will then mail an absentee ballot to the voter.

Seriously, it's easy:

  1. Go in-person to your nearest County Clerk Office, which you can find here: https://webapps.sos.state.mi.us/mivote/ClerkSearch.aspx
  2. Let the country clerk staff member know that you are a first time voter, but would like to submit an Absent Voter Ballot Application
  3. Bring and show your ID - for a complete list of acceptable identification visit: http://www.michigan.gov/documents/Fed_ID_Req_105890_7.pdf
  4. Submit an Absent Voter Ballot Application to the County Clerk: http://www.michigan.gov/documents/AbsentVoterBallot_105377_7.pdf
  5. The clerk will forward your application to your city or township clerk. You will receive a ballot in the mail at your address.

if you have any questions, call your city clerk, 888-SOS-MICH, or the voter protection hotline at 877-271-1672.