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General Election: November 8, 2022

General Questions:

Q: How do I become informed and confidant in voting? V
isit "Michigan Voter Information Center" to learn more about the voting processes.  You may also find helpful information at the Lenawee County Election Webpage.

Q: Why am I receiving multiple absentee voter ballot applications or voter registration applications?  Read this!

Q: What to expect voting at the polls? Watch this video.

Q: Where do I vote?
If you are a resident of Cambridge Township, you vote in person at the Cambridge Township Hall. The precinct you vote within is designated on your Voter ID card and is based on where you live. 

Q: When do I vote? The State general election is Tuesday, November 8, 2022 between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. You must already be in line by 8 p.m. in order to vote. 

Q: What do I need to bring to vote in the polls? You should bring a state photo identification card (driver's license, prominent current college ID, etc.) 

Q: How do I vote by absentee ballot for this election ONLY? Please bring your driver's license to Cambridge Township to prove identity and Michelle or Annette will print you off an application. You can also submit online at . 

Q: How do I sign up for the permanent absentee voter list?  You can fill out an application in the township office, do it online at this link: , or scroll to the bottom of the page to "applications," print out, complete, and return the permanent absentee voter application. 

Q: How to help update personal/family/friends'/neighbors' voter files? Encourage your family and friends who have moved within Michigan to update their voter registration.  They must initiate this process for themselves. They can do this online at: or if they have only moved within the same township, they can go into the township office with proof of new residence (changed driver's license or two bills or government documents mailed to the new residence.) 

If someone has moved out of state, they can email ( or ) or send a letter to the Township office stating they wish to cancel their Michigan Voter Registration with legal signature.
If you have a PO Box because you do not receive mail at your primary residence, you need to let your township clerk/deputy clerk know where to send your mail. 

If someone has passed on, send/take a copy of a newspaper obituary or death listing or a death certificate to show the clerk/deputy clerk to remove the person from the MI Voter Registration files. 

If someone just does not want to EVER vote (due to religious or personal reasons), (s)he must submit in writing/email a request to have his/her MI voter registration cancelled.

It is also very helpful to share a reliable phone number or email in case we need to  contact you with time sensitive matters. Email the clerk/deputy clerk, call, or stop in to the office to update your contact information.


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Proposal summaries and full petitions links from the Board of State Canvassers State of MI website.

IMPORTANT DATES ~ Check back occasionally for updates ~

eptember 1, 2022: Absentee Voter Ballot applications are now available for the November general election.

If  you are on the Permanent Absentee Voter List, and selected wanting a ballot for the November election on the June dual application, you are all set! A ballot will be mailed to you when they become available at the end of September, beginning of October. If you are on the Permanent AV list and did NOT return the application mailed in June, you will be sent another application regarding the November election. (This is to ensure there wasn't a hiccup with delivery or confusion on how to handle the dual-app.) These will be going in the mail starting September 2, 2022. When it is received, you need to sign, date, and return the application in order to receive a ballot by mail. 

September 24, 2022: Clerks to electronically transmit an absent voter ballot to each absent UOCAVA voter who applied.
September 29, 2022: Upon ballot arrival from the county clerk's office, ballots will begin to be mailed to those who submitted an absentee voter ballot application for the November election.  If you designated preference for pick up and submitted a working phone number, you will be called when yours is available.

October 24, 2022: Last day for voter registration in any manner OTHER than in person with the local clerk for the November election. 

October 25, 2022: In-person registration with local clerk with proof of residency up until Election day.

October 25, 2022: 10 a.m. Public Accuracy Test on voting equipment.

November 7, 2022: 
Voters may obtain an absent voter ballot to vote in person in the clerk's office between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Ballots cannot leave the office starting November 7.

November 8, 2022: Election Day! Vote at the polls
in person between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. with us at Cambridge Township Hall!

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