The deadline to submit a complete and notarized application to serve
on the Commission was Monday, June 1, 2020.
Part of the Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission application process requires that the application be signed in the presence of a notary.
Remote and electronic notarization
Several certified remote/e-notaries in Michigan have generously volunteered to provide this service for free. Here is what you need to do:
1. Contact a notary on this list (link no longer active) and schedule an appointment.
2. Follow the instructions of the notary and remote/e-notary online platform to notarize your completed application.
3. Return your application to the Department of State. You can either email your notarized application to MDOS-NotarizedApplication@Michigan.gov or print and mail the completed and notarized application to Michigan Department of State, P.O. Box 30318, Lansing, MI, 48909.
Not interested in remote/e-notary? Here are some other options:
Finally, you can click on your county below to find notaries who have volunteered to provide this service for this application for free. Please be sure to contact any notary on this list prior to making arrangements to have your application notarized as their office hours and availability may have changed due to circumstances surrounding COVID-19 and Governor Whitmer’s “Stay Home, Stay Safe” executive order. Please note:
This section previously contained a list of notaries who offered free services for individuals applying to the Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission. The application period closed June 1, 2020.