Visit the League of Women Voters’ on-line voting guide: VOTE411.org where you can:
1. View Personalized Voting Information
2. See What’s On Your Ballot
3. Check Your Voter Registration
4. Find Your Polling Place
5. Discover Upcoming Debates In Your Area
And Much More!
Would you like to see how our local voting machines work? The machines are tested for accuracy before every election to make sure they are in tip top shape. You have the opportunity to see this process in action. Find a time and location near you to check it out! The League of Women Voters encourages active participation in our government and in our elections.
Don’t forget to get ready to vote on November 8th!
After October 24th to register to vote you will need to visit your local clerk’s office with proof of residency and identity. You can register to vote at your local clerk’s anytime up to and including on November 8th. The clerk’s are also open extra hours on the weekend before election day. See the schedule below for the regular hours and the special weekend hours. Get ready to vote on November 8th!
Find your Absentee Ballot Drop Box – MichiganDropBox.com is a ballot drop box locator by the Voters Not Politicians Education Fund. Use the website to find the location of the drop box in the city/township where you are registered to vote.
The LWVMC MI House District 109 Candidates Forum
Photos from the Candidates Forum
The LWV of Marquette County adopts the following policy regarding write-in candidates in connection with our on-line and printed voter services guide and candidate forums: