What types of information are available if I visit the Bureau of Elections in person or on the Web?

Within our office, you can obtain information about registering a committee and the types of forms required. We also have campaign finance analysts to help you with your filing requirements and the dates your reports are due. You can also get information about placing your name on the ballot and the requirements for filing for an office. There are elections specialists who can speak with you and answer any questions you might have about running for office.

Our online Web services include the campaign finance, lobby and casino disclosure databases. Election officials and county, township and city clerks can also access information about the Qualified Voter File online. Voter registration forms as well as a number of election-related forms, brochures and manuals are also available online.

 

 

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