We're headed to the 2018 ballot! Get registered! 

 

We needed 315,654 petition signatures in 180 days to get on the ballot. In less than 120 days from August to December 2017, we collected almost 450,000 signatures!

 

Your next chance to make your voice heard is the most important chance: vote ‘Yes’ on Election Day in November 2018. The Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission will be in the statewide proposal section on the back-right side of your ballot.

 

Register to vote right now- don’t wait a moment longer!

 

It’s easy (and free!) to register to vote:

 

> In Person at your city/township Clerk’s officeyour County Clerk’s officeand all Secretary of State branch officesThey can help you register to vote. This is the best and fastest option, especially if you’re planning to vote by absentee ballot.

(Mobile devices, click HERE to find your city/township Clerk, or HERE to find your County Clerk.)

 

> By MailPRINT the application, and mail it in! You'll have to vote in person in the first election in which you wish to participate. You can avoid this requirement by registering in person instead of by mail.

 

> Other LocationsMilitary recruiting offices, Department of Human Services, Department of Community Health, and the Department of Labor & Economic Growth all have voter-registration forms.

 

Not sure if you’re registered?

Want to make sure you’re registered at the correct address? Check HERE at the Secretary of State!

(Mobile devices, click HERE for a mobile-friendly version.)

 

Not 18 years old yet?

If you will turn 18 on or before November 6, 2018, you can register to vote right now. Go for it!

 

Are you an active-duty member of the Uniformed Services or Merchant Marine? Are you a spouse or family member of one?
You can register to vote, update your registration, and request an absentee ballot by using the Federal Postcard Application. This is also available at US embassies and US military bases.

 

Are you living outside the US?
You can register to vote, update your registration, and request an absentee ballot by using the Federal Postcard Application. This is also available at US embassies and US military bases.

 

Is your registration active and correct?
Awesome! Now consider signing up to volunteer in your community to help us make sure every Michigander knows about this proposal!