Election/Voter Information

2020 Election Dates to Remember:

Presidential Primary Election
March 10, 2020

Primary Election
August 4, 2020

General Election
November 3, 2020

VOTER REGISTRATION - Voter Registration ApplicationClick Here 

Voter Registration Deadlines – Click Here 

Michigan Election and Voter Information – Click Here 

ABSENTEE VOTING - Absentee Ballot Application – Click Here 

Due the passage of ballot proposal 18-3, all eligible and registered voters in Michigan may now request an absent voter ballot without providing a reason. For more information on absentee ballot voting - click here. 

Information for Military and Overseas Civilian Voters Click Here 

If you are temporarily outside the US, you can use a Federal Postcard Application to apply for an absent voter ballot. The FPCA must be signed under oath unless you, your spouse, or your parents are serving in the armed forces or Merchant Marines.

Federal Post Card Application Form - Military and Overseas Absent Voter Ballot Application   Click Here 

Federal Voting Assistance Program - Federal Post Card Application Instructions Click Here

Under a new State law, the address on your driver's license must match the address on your voter registration record. Any address change submitted on your driver's license will automatically carry over to your Voter Identification Card. This legislation particularly affects college students who often have their voter registration or driver's license changed to match their college address.

Students: please be aware that you can no longer use your college address on one (driver's license) if the other (voter registration) reflects your local residence; the addresses must match. 

For more information or clarification, contact the City Clerk's Office at (734) 942-7540 or access the Secretary of State's Web site or www.michigan.gov/vote.

Campaigning at the polls pursuant to Michigan Election Law, all campaigning on Election Day must be at least 100 feet from any doorway used by voters to enter the polling place. Campaign buttons, hats, clothing with candidate names or campaign slogans, must be covered or removed when entering the polling place.

Voting rights are automatically restored upon release from prison, and people on parole or probation can vote. Ex-offenders should re-register to vote. Visit the Michigan Department of State's website for more information.


Romulus City Clerk – Elections
11111 Wayne Road
Romulus, MI 48174