Voting Equipment Type by County

Voting equipment by County: 

In the table below, find your county and click the link to see which type of voting equipment you will use to vote. Beginning in August 2017, some counties will be introducing new equipment in some cities and townships.  


Alcona Co. - Gd. Traverse Co.

Gratiot Co. - Midland Co.

Missaukee Co. - Wexford Co.

Alcona County

Gratiot County

Missaukee County

Alger County

Hillsdale County

Monroe County

Allegan County

Houghton County

Montcalm County

Alpena County

Huron County

Montmorency County

Antrim County

Ingham County

Muskegon County

Arenac County

Ionia County

Newaygo County

Baraga County

Iosco County

Oakland County

Barry County

Iron County

Oceana County

Bay County

Isabella County

Ogemaw County

Benzie County

Jackson County

Ontonagon County

Berrien County

Kalamazoo County

Osceola County

Branch County

Kalkaska County

Oscoda County

Calhoun County   

Kent County  

Otsego County

Cass County

Keweenaw County

Ottawa County

Charlevoix County

Lake County

Presque Isle County

Cheboygan County

Lapeer County

Roscommon County

Chippewa County

Leelanau County

Saginaw County

Clare County

Lenawee County

St. Clair County

Clinton County

Livingston County

St. Joseph County

Crawford County

Luce County

Sanilac County

Delta County

Mackinac County

Schoolcraft County

Dickinson County

Macomb County

Shiawassee County

Eaton County

Manistee County

Tuscola County

Emmet County

Marquette County

Van Buren County

Genesee County

Mason County

Washtenaw County

Gladwin County

Mecosta County Wayne County
Gogebic County Menominee County

Wexford County

Gd. Traverse County

Midland County


How to use Optical Scan Voting Equipment

This video demonstrates how to use Michigan's Optical Scan Voting System. Topics covered include what constitutes a valid vote, how to correct an error, voting in a partisan primary, tabulation of ballots, absentee ballots and voter privacy.

Windows Media File - Full Video - 5:20 minutes in length

How to use the AutoMark Voter Assist Terminal

These videos demonstrate how to use the AutoMARK Voter Assist Terminal. While the AutoMARK is designed for voters with disabilities, any voter may use it, upon request.

How to Use the AutoMARK Voter Assist Terminal Video Script PDF icon

How to mark your ballot

Click here to view how to mark your ballot.