Once you’ve done this, you have a few options to return it to your clerk.
If it is before October 19, you can mail it. After that, we recommend you don’t mail it, in case there are postal delays.
Your other options are to bring your ballot to your clerk’s office, or one of their ballot drop boxes. They may be attached to a building or free standing. Some are available for drive-up and drop off.
You can find the locations of your drop boxes and your clerk’s office at Michigan.gov/Vote. Remember, you cannot bring your ballot to a drop box in another city or township. Confirm you’re going to the right drop box by visiting Michigan.gov/Vote or calling your clerk.
Whatever method you use to return your ballot, you can track when it was received by your clerk at Michigan.gov/Vote.
And the earlier you can return your ballot, the more it will help this election go smoothly for everyone.