Preparing for the Nov 3 General Election
From the LWV of Michigan:
Voting experts predict 6 million will vote in November, most by absentee ballot.
By September 1, we expect to know all candidate names, both major and third-party, and any ballot proposals for the November 3 election. Absentee ballots will be available after September 19, and voting an absentee ballot at the clerk's office can begin September 24. Strategies to meet the many challenges we face this season will evolve and be shared.
Prepare for the election
Go to the Michigan Voter Information Center (https://mvic.sos.state.mi.us/ ) to check your registration, clerk's name and office, and your polling place.
- Encourage eligible voters to register to vote. Don’t wait. Register to vote ASAP. Not sure if you’re registered? Check the Michigan Voter Information Center.
- Apply early for an absentee ballot. online, by mail, or in person. https://mvic.sos.state.mi.us/
- Use VOTE411.org to see who or what is on your ballot. People are apt to vote if they know what’s on their ballot before they vote.
- VOTE BEFORE ELECTION DAY FROM HOME BY ABSENTEE BALLOT
- Return your ballot – do it early. Mail 2 weeks before (Oct 19), drop off in person or use a drop box (you must use the dropbox for your jurisdiction) Check with your city, township or city clerk if you have questions.
- Poll workers are the heart and soul of our elections. They help us vote. They make sure our voices are heard. Our communities need more poll workers for the November 3 election, sign up today at Michigan.gov/DemocracyMVP, or call your city or township's clerk's office.
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