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  • Monroe SOS now lets you hold spot in line, make an appointment

    MI TIME line

    The innovative MI-TIME Line service that allows customers to use their phones or computers to make appointments or hold their place in line is now available at the Secretary of State office at 1107 S. Telegraph Road in Monroe, Secretary of State Ruth Johnson announced . . .


     

  • Secretary of State Mobile Office to return to Novi women's show

    Secretary of State Mobile Office

    After a successful visit last year, the Secretary of State Mobile Office is again attending the Michigan International Women’s Show in Novi May 3-6, according to Secretary of State Ruth Johnson.

    The event is being held at the Suburban Collection Showplace . . .


     

  • Secretary of State Mobile Office to visit Saginaw Valley State University

    Secretary of State Mobile Office

    Secretary of State Ruth Johnson announced that the Mobile Office will offer voter registration and other services at Saginaw Valley State University on Monday, April 23, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    “This visit provides a perfect opportunity for college students   . . .


     

  • SOS office in Oak Park to close for remodeling April 23-27

    SOS Office

    The S.E. Oakland County PLUS Secretary of State office in Oak Park will close for a week due to a remodeling project, but customers can hop online to ExpressSOS.com instead, Secretary of State Ruth Johnson said.

    The office at 13401 W. 10 Mile Road will not open on Monday . . .


     

  • SOS office in Clio now lets customers hold spot in line, make appointments

    MI TIME lineCheck in online or with your phone, don’t wait in the office

    The innovative MI-TIME Line service that allows customers to use their phones or computers to make appointments or hold their place in line is now available at the North Genesee County Secretary of State office at 4256 W. Vienna Road . . .


     

  • Couple faces multiple charges as result of SOS investigation of Osceola Co. dealership

    Gavel and Law BooksThe owner of an Osceola County used-vehicle dealership and her husband have each been charged with multiple criminal charges as a result of a Secretary of State investigation that was prompted by consumer complaints, Secretary of State Ruth Johnson announced  . . .


     

  • How Far We've Come

    Donate Life MonthCiting the addition of nearly 3 million people to the Michigan Organ Donor Registry since 2011, Secretary of State Ruth Johnson held her final Donate Life Day event and thanked staff and volunteers who have expanded the registry.

    Johnson joined partners Gift of Life Michigan and Eversight at  . . .


  • Livingston County's Brighton Library to host Secretary of State Mobile Office

    Secretary of State Mobile Office

    Secretary of State Ruth Johnson today announced that the SOS Mobile Office will visit the Brighton District Library to serve area customers on Tuesday, April 24 and Wednesday, April 25.

    The office will be open noon to 6 p.m. both days at  . . .


     

  • Detroit-area veterans' services event to feature Secretary of State's Mobile Office

    Secretary of State Mobile Office

    The Secretary of State Mobile Office will participate in the inaugural Veterans Reboot, Rebuild and Reconnect Fair in Detroit on Friday, April 20.

    The event runs from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Michigan State University Office of Government and External Relations-Southeast Michigan office . . .


     

  • Ahoy, boaters, renewing online is easy!

    Watercraft Renewal

    With nearly 250,000 watercraft registration renewal notices in the mail this month, Secretary of State Ruth Johnson reminds boat owners of the ease and convenience of renewing online at ExpressSOS.com.

    “We offer boaters a number of convenient ways to renew their watercraft registration, with the easiest and quickest being our online system ‘ExpressSOS.com,’” Johnson said. “With ExpressSOS.com, you can renew from wherever you have a smartphone or computer . . .