Good To Know – Election Addition

Make a Plan for the Election Day

The Michigan midterm election is coming up, don’t let Nov. 6 take you by surprise. Start a plan now by asking yourself the following questions:

1. Am I registered?

You must be registered at least 30 days before the election, so unfortunately, if you are not registered now, you will not be able to vote. Verify your voter registration before you get to the polls by typing in your information here.

2. How do I want to vote?

There are two ways you can vote for the election on Nov. 6: in person or by requesting an absentee ballot. Find out which way works best for you:

If you do not have any of the above forms of ID, you can request to sign an affidavit attesting that you do not possess a photo ID.

3. Are you prepared to vote?

Now that you know how you want to vote, make sure you are prepared.

4. What am I voting for?

Now that you are prepared to vote, start your research on what you will be voting on. You can do this by viewing your ballot ahead of time. Click here, type in your address and view your ballot. It even gives a summary of each candidate!

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