Jerome Township is looking for election workers from our township residents for future elections. Election workers receive pay for their service.
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Some clerk’s offices have opened satellite offices for voter registration. You must show proof of where you live. Documents must have your name and current address. You can show a digital copy of any document. Acceptable documents include:
After registering, you can vote an absent voter ballot at the clerk’s office or you can vote at your polling place on Election Day. Military and overseas civilian voters have additional options to register
A Michigan resident (at the time you register) and a resident of your city or township for at least 30 days (when you vote)
If you are already registered, your voting record has links to:
Military and overseas civilian voters have additional options to register.
Military and overseas civilian voters have additional options to register
If you hand-deliver your application, the staff person helping you will take your form and you don’t need to do anything else.
If you have never registered to vote in Michigan and choose to mail in your application, you will need to meet an identification requirement. This means you must:
NEVER SEND AN ORIGINAL DOCUMENT!
When you go to the polls on Election Day, you will be asked to present voter identification. If you don’t have an acceptable photo ID, you can vote by signing an affidavit. The affidavit can be used by
Acceptable photo ID includes:
If you do not have a driver’s license or other acceptable photo identification, you can get a state identification card at your local Secretary of State branch office for $10. State ID cards are free to individuals who are 65 or older or blind or who have had driving privileges terminated due to a physical or mental condition. The fee can also be waived for individuals who present other good cause for a fee waiver. Proof of identity and residency are required when applying for a state ID card.
If you move to a new city or township, you must re-register. If you move within a city or township and are already registered to vote, you only need to update your address. If you are in jail, awaiting arraignment or trial, you may register to vote. If you are in jail after being convicted and sentenced, you may not register to vote or vote while you are confined.