Election Resources

  1. Helpful Tips
  2. First Time Voting
  3. Mobile Resources
  4. Notice of Ex-Offender
  5. Voter Assisted Terminals

Be prepared for election day with these helpful tips when going to the polls:

Pick up a Sample Ballot

Before Election Day, get a sample ballot. Learn about the candidates and proposals on the ballot so that when you arrive at your precinct your time in the voting booth can be shortened; you may even bring your sample ballot with you. To obtain a sample ballot, visit the city's website at www.romulusgov.com or stop by the Clerk's office, we would love to see you.

Bring Your Picture Photo ID

State law requires you to show picture ID before a ballot is issued. You can satisfy the Photo ID requirement by showing a:

  • Driver's license or personal identification card issued by another state (current)
  • Federal or state government-issued photo ID
  • Michigan driver's license or State ID card (current or expired)
  • Military ID
  • Student photo ID from a high school or an accredited college or university.
  • Tribal identification card with photo.
  • U.S. passport

A voter who is not in possession of acceptable forms of picture ID must sign the Affidavit of Voter Not in Possession of Acceptable Form of Picture Identification form before a ballot can be issued. A voter who refuses to sign cannot be issued a ballot.

Verify Your Precinct & Polling Location

If you're unsure of your polling location or what precinct you're registered in, visit the State website or call the Clerk's office at 734-942-7540.