To apply, simply go to Michigan.gov/Vote and confirm your identity with some personal information including your driver’s license or state ID number.
Hit the button to submit your application and wait for your ballot to arrive.
There are other ways you can apply as well.
You can print an application at Michigan.gov/Vote, fill it out and sign it, and then take a photo and email it to your clerk or mail or bring it to their office. If you go to your clerk’s office between September 24th and 4 p.m. on November 2nd, you can both apply and vote while you’re there and be done in one trip.
You can find your clerk’s address and phone number at Michigan.gov/Vote.
If you apply to have your ballot sent to you, you can track your ballot at Michigan.gov/Vote and see when the clerk has received your application and issued your ballot.
Whichever option you choose to submit your application, please do so at your earliest opportunity. The sooner voters let their clerks know they want to vote absentee, the smoother the election will go for everyone.