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VOTE in person using an absentee ballot at any Vote Center and Drop Boxes starting NOW through NOVEMBER 3 (Election Day).

Monday - Friday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Saturday - Sunday: 9 AM - 2 PM

[Election Day] Tuesday, Nov. 3: 7 AM - 8 PM

Are you in Detroit's District 2? Vote early at:

Tindal Activity Center

10301 W 7 Mile Rd, 48221

Adams Butzel Recreation Complex

10500 Lyndon Street, 48238

Davison Service Yard

8221 W. Davison (at Jeffries Fwy), 48238

Northwest Activities Center

18100 Meyers Road, 48235

Palmer Park Community Center

1121 Merrill Plaisance, 48203

Voter Rights

Do I need a photo ID to vote?

No! You will be asked for photo ID when you go vote. If you do not have photo ID or do not have it with you, you can sign a simple form and vote.

If You Have a Felony Conviction

In Michigan any person convicted of a crime in a court of Michigan, another state or in a federal court who is no longer serving a sentence in jail or prison can register and vote. Upon release, you should re-register to ensure your voter registration address is up-to-date.

A person held in jail or prison can also register and vote if they are not serving a sentence.

Do I need a photo ID to vote if this is my first time voting in Michigan?

However, some first time voters who registered through the mail or a voter registration drive and did not include ID when they registered to vote may need to provide some documentation to vote. Electronic or paper copies of any of the following will work:

    • A photo ID with your name and picture (regardless of the address or if it has an address)

    • Driver’s license or personal ID card from any state

    • Michigan High school or college ID

    • U.S. Passport

    • Military or government-issued photo ID

    • Tribal ID card

    • A non-photo ID with your name and address on it

    • Current utility bill

    • Bank statement

    • Paycheck stub

    • Government check

    • Any other government document


Questions about voting? Questions about absentee ballots?

Visit or call 1-866-OUR-VOTE (1-866-687-8683).

Visit the Michigan Voter Information Center online.