Where do I register to vote?
Qualified electors may register to vote in person at the Hartland Township Clerk's Office, the County Clerk's Office or any Secretary of State's office. Voter registration may also be done by mail. Contact the clerk's office or click the link below for a register by mail-in form. Please be aware that if you register by mail, you are not eligible to vote absentee until you have voted one time in person at the polls.
Effective April 1, 2000, Public Act 118 of 1999 amended the Michigan Vehicle Code to clarify that a person's driver license address must correspond to his or her voter registration address. An address change submitted by an individual on a voter registration application form will automatically carry over to the individual's driver license record. Similarly, an address change submitted by an individual to update his or her driver license record will automatically carry over to the individual's voter registration record.
What are the requirements to register to vote?
A person must be a citizen of the United States. A person must be a resident of the State of Michigan and will be at least a 30 day resident of the township/city/village by Election Day. Will be at least 18 years of age by Election Day (individuals 17 years and 6 months of age may register to vote but will be unable to vote until they reach the age of 18). As of March 28, 2013 a person registering to vote must show picture ID or sign an avidavit. Note: If false information is provided, a person has committed perjury and is subject to a fine or imprisonment or both under Federal or State Law.
Mail In Registration Form (.pdf)
Want to know if your registered to vote?
Click here to visit the Michigan Voter Information Center [Link]
By visiting you can:
- Determine if you are registered to vote
- Find your polling location
- Learn to use the voting equipment
- Find answers to frequently asked questions