PRECINCT 2 HAS RELOCATED TO FIRST REFORMED CHURCH, 3060 wILSON AVE SW
February 27, 2024 - Presidential Primary Election
Notice of Registration - Notice of Election - Notice of Accuracy Test - Notice of AVCB
OFFICIAL CANDIDATE LISTING AVAILABLE HERE
SAMPLE BALLOTS BY PRECINCT:
PCT 1 : DEMOCRAT REPUBLICAN
PCT 2: DEMOCRAT REPUBLICAN
PCT 3: DEMOCRAT REPUBLICAN
PCT 4: DEMOCRAT REPUBLICAN
PCT 5: DEMOCRAT REPUBLICAN
PCT 6: DEMOCRAT REPUBLICAN
AM I REGISTERED TO VOTE
Look up your voter information and track your ballot by visiting the Michigan Voter Information Center(MVIC) https://mvic.sos.state.mi.us/Voter/Index .
Applications for Absent Voter's (AV) Ballot are mailed automatically for each election to those that have requested to be made a permanent absentee voter. Absent Voter Applications can be returned via email to email@example.com, via mail, in-person during normal business hours, or leave your application in the white drop box located in the parking lot of City Hall.
Complete and submit your Absentee Ballot Application online through the Michigan Voter Information Center (MVIC) Absent Voter's Ballots are mailed out to voters and can be returned via mail, in-person during normal business hours, or leave your ballot in the white drop box located in the parking lot of City Hall. This secured box is under 24 hour video surveillance and is emptied every hour and also over the weekends.
It’s the season for confusing mailings about voting from sources other than our office. If you receive mail that says you aren’t registered to vote, that may or may not be accurate. Political parties and non-profit groups don’t always have correct information about who is or isn’t registered, and they are sending out mailers that can be confusing. Voters who aren’t sure of their voter registration status, can visit Mi.gov/Vote or contact our office at (616) 531-3030 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
From now until February 27, 2024 our residents will likely be receiving a lot of mail encouraging absentee voting from a variety of sources. Voters who are not sure if they have already submitted an application for this election, can check Mi.gov/Vote Voters can use applications from any source or apply online at Mi.gov/Vote Applications require the voter's signature, which will be verified at our office.
If you receive a mailing about voting, check the return address to see who sent it out. Submitting duplicate applications creates extra work for our staff when we are already very busy preparing for the election. We appreciate voters “considering the source” of confusing mail.
The Grandville City Clerks Office is open Monday, Tuesday, Thursdays 8 AM - 5 PM, Wednesday 8 Am - 6:30 PM and Friday 8 AM - 12 PM to assist with your election questions.
AFTER HOURS DROP bOX
Applications AND ballots can be returned to the white drop box located in the parking lot of City Hall. This box is secure and under 24 hour video surveillance. It is checked multiple times throughout the day up until 8:00 PM on election Day.
We report our election results directly to Kent County. Visit the County's Election Reporting Webpage for real-time updates and unofficial results. Candidates seeking information on voter history can contact the City Clerks office.
For more information, call the Clerk's Office at (616) 530-4976 or (616) 724-1906.
Click here for Precinct LocationsFor more information, visit accesskent.com
Click here for Military and Overseas Voter Information
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