Voting provides citizens with an opportunity to express their thoughts and opinions and to have their political voices heard. While the state of Michigan makes voting fairly accessible, it is much easier if you know what you need to do before heading to the polls. Learn more in this Michigan Voting Guide.
To be eligible to vote in Michigan, you must be:
You cannot vote in Michigan if you are a felon, although voting rights for felons are restored once they have finished their sentence.
There are several ways to register to vote in Michigan. This includes registering:
Pick up a voter registration application form online or at one of several government offices.
Download a voter registration application form, fill it out, and mail it to your local county clerk.