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Visit Michigan.gov/Vote to confirm your information and address are correct. This will insure your absentee ballot is sent to the right address.
Absentee Ballot Process- Request your ballot early and vote early!
Absentee voting is available and no excuse is required. Visit Michigan.gov/Vote to request an absentee ballot online. It is best to complete your request at least 15 days prior to the election. The last day to request an absentee ballot is 4 days before the election (October 30, 2020).
Once you receive your ballot follow the instructions carefully and add correct postage if it is to be mailed. The United States Postal Service recommends that you mail your ballot at least seven days before Election Day.
You may also deliver your voted ballot in person. Voted ballots must be received by Election Day to be counted. Your ballot must be returned to your local election clerk’s office.
- Visit Michigan.gov/Vote for candidate names, sample ballots and more.
- Visit aarp.org/MIvotes for AARP updates and aarp.org election 2020 for national coverage.
- Visit vote411.org/Michigan to find your polling place and discover upcoming debates and Forums in your area.
- League of Women Voters of the Kalamazoo Area’s Voter Guide link here: www.lwvka.org
- The Sept. 28 debate between Congressman Fred Upton and Representative Jon Hoadley can be found at www.wkzo.com/podcasts and click on the Morning Show with Ken Lanphear and scroll down to the debate
- Listen to the League of Women Voters of the Kalamazoo Area’s forum for State House Districts 60, 61, 63 via the link here: www.publicmedianet.org and click on “On Demand” and scroll down to the Sept. 17 and Sept. 30 Candidate Forum
- Download the Kalamazoo County Commission surveys here
- Download the Michigan State House Candidate surveys here