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Intro

  • November 3 Election

    Michigan will hold a general election on Nov. 3 to determine representation at the local, state and federal levels, including President of the United States.

    Voters are encouraged to vote at home with an absentee ballot and to return their ballot as early as possible by drop box, in person at their city or township clerk's office, or well in advance of the election by mail.

    In-person voting will be available in every jurisdiction. Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Video

  • Secretary Benson on 2020 voting options

    Cast your absentee ballot confidently

Election Videos

  • Cast your absentee ballot confidently

    Cast your absentee ballot confidently

  • How to Register to vote

    How to register to vote

  • The Voter Registration Process

    The voter registration process

  • How to request an absent voter ballot

    How to request an absent voter ballot

  • Vote early options

    Vote early by absentee ballot options

  • Voting during COVID

    Voting during COVID

  • How to return your absentee ballot

    How to return your absentee ballot

  • Jerome Bettis says "Vote absentee"

    NFL Hall of Famer Jerome Bettis says "Vote absentee"

  • Learn about the Michigan Voter Information Center

    Learn about the Michigan Voter Information Center

  • Voting from home

    Voting from home

Ready for November Interview Series

  • Video one

    Topic - Legislation needed for Michigan voters

  • Video two

    Topic - Protecting voters from misinformation

  • Video three

    Topic - The qualified voter file

  • Video four

    Ready for November Video 4

  • Video four

    Ready for November Video 5

  • Video six

    Voting before election day

  • Video seven

    Safe Voting on Election Day