You’ll need to confirm your identity with some personal information including your Michigan driver’s license or state ID number.
And then you’ll be registered within a few minutes.
Alternatively, you can download an application, fill it out and mail it in to your clerk.
If you don’t have a Michigan driver’s license or state ID, or access to the internet, you can register at your local election clerk’s office.
Also, if it is within 14 days of the election, after October 19th, you can’t register for the November election online or by mail, and must go to your election clerk’s office to register.
You can find your clerk’s address and phone number at Michigan.gov/Vote.
When you go to your clerk’s office, you’ll need to bring proof of residency.
Acceptable documents include a
- Driver’s license or state ID card
- Current utility bill
- Bank statement
- Paycheck or
- A government check or other government document.
Digital forms of these documents will also work.
You can register at your clerk’s office until 8 p.m. on Election Day and still vote. In fact, after September 24th, if you register at your clerk’s office you can vote while you’re there and get it all done in one trip.
So get registered today and make your voice heard in the November 3rd election.