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Resources and materials
Voter education flyers
Voter education graphics
Voter education one-pagers
Voter education scripts
Voter education videos
- Voter registration in Michigan
- NFL Hall of Famer Jerome Bettis says "Vote absentee"
- How are absentee ballots counted in Michigan?
- Dead people don't vote in Michigan
- Why aren't Michigan election results available when polls close?
- Election night reporting may only include partial results
- Canvassers review and certify elections
Voter engagement resources
Voter education webinars
Hosted by the Michigan Department of State, MI Vote Counts is a virtual, nonpartisan series that provides an overview of election administration and voting information in Michigan.
Michigan elections 101: Everything to know for November
How do we know Michigan elections are secure? Election security best practices
Who's voting in Michigan?
How polling places work: Polling place security
Voting at your polling place
What happens after polls close on August 2?
Absentee voting 101
Security of absentee voting
Counting absentee ballots: How counting boards work and why they matter
Become a Pro-Democracy Partner
We’re looking for civic-minded organizations from across Michigan to help advance voter rights initiatives, increase voter participation and ensure our polls are fully staffed on Election Day.
As a Democracy Partner, you’ll be joining an historic coordinated effort to drive civic engagement and ensure our democracy holds strong. Step forward and sign up today.
To sign-up to be a pro-democracy partner, email Secretary@Michigan.gov.