You can’t vote in the November 3 Election by registering on this site. To register or update your voter registration for the November 3 general election, you must go to your city or township clerk's office as soon as possible, but no later than 8 p.m. on Election Day. You can vote during the same visit. Here is what you need to bring with you.

Apply for an absentee ballot online

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To use the Online Absent Voter Ballot application tool below, you need to be registered to vote in Michigan and have a valid Michigan driver’s license or state ID. If you need to register to vote, click on "Registering To Vote." If you don’t have a Michigan driver’s license or state ID but you are registered to vote, go to "Absentee Voting" for more information on how you can apply for an absent voter ballot.

How do I request an absentee ballot if I have a disability?
Voters with print disabilities may apply for an accessible electronic absent voter ballot that can be completed electronically, printed, and returned to the local clerk. To apply online for an accessible electronic absent voter ballot, complete this form. To apply online for a regular absent voter ballot, use the tool below.


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You must be a United States citizen to apply for an absentee ballot.

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To apply for an absentee ballot using this website, you must give the Secretary of State permission to use the digital image of your signature stored during your previous Secretary of State transaction.

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