Ann Arbor City Council election winners are determined in the Primary election. Please vote by August 4.
Jul 24 - last day to request a ballot by mail
Jul 31, 5:00 pm - deadline for clerk to mail a ballot (Fri before an election, by law)
Aug 1, 2:00 pm - deadline to request a replacement absentee ballot by mail
Aug 3, until 4:00 pm - you can:
obtain absentee ballot at clerk's office in person
declare absentee vote spoiled in person and get a new ballot
Aug 4, until 8:00 pm (Primary Election) you can:
register at the clerk's office in person
vote at the clerk's office or at a poll
return absentee ballot
Ann Arbor City Clerk
301 E. Huron St.
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Important dates - Primary Election (Aug 4)
June 25 - ballots will begin to be mailed: every eligible voter can vote between June 25 and Aug 4
Jul 20 - last day to register to vote (other than in person) for the August 4 Primary
Voters without ID will cannot be turned away on Election Day. Voters who do not have acceptable picture ID or who forget to bring acceptable picture ID to the polls can vote by signing an affidavit.
On Tuesday, Sept. 24, 2019, National Voter Registration Day, Michigan voting law changed. The result of overwhelming support for Michigan's Proposal 3 in 2018 is:
Anyone can now vote early in person or by absentee ballot--no reason is needed.
You can register at the clerk’s office the same day you vote, even on Election Day.
If you vote using an absentee ballot do NOT vote in both the Democrat and Republican columns otherwise your ballot will be invalidated.