Requirements For Registering to Vote
You are eligible to register and vote if you are:
- A citizen of the United States
- A resident of Michigan for not less than 30 days
- At least 18 years of age
- Not in prison or on parole for the conviction of a felony
(You may register at anytime, but registration closes for each individual election 30 days before that particular election is held.)
Registration is permanent, however, it is necessary for you to notify the City Clerk if you:
- Have moved
- Have changed your name
How and Where to Register
You may register at any of the following:
- County Clerk’s Office
- City Clerk’s Office
- Secretary of State Offices
- Department of State Offices
- Family Independence Agency
- Any agency providing public assistance or services for person with disabilities
- Register by mail (Persons registering to vote by mail are required to vote in person the first time they vote, unless they are members of the military, overseas, handicapped, or a senior citizen).
Where to Vote
On Election days, the polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. There are three precincts in Marysville and voting takes place at the following locations:
- Precinct One: Masonic Temple 1569 Michigan Ave.
- Precinct Two: Marysville Middle School 400 Collard Drive
- Precinct Three: Gardens Elementary School 1076 6th Street
- Precinct Four: Marysville Assembly of God Church 1245 6th Street
If you are not sure in which precinct you are registered to vote, you can call the City Clerk’s Office (810) 364-6613, ext. 1318. The City Clerk remains open the Saturday prior to the election from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Absent Ballot Voting
If you are unable to vote at the polls on Election Day, or want to vote by mail, you can apply for an Absent Voter Ballot ( A.V. Ballot). There are six reasons that will enable you to vote by mail:
- If you will be absent from the community in which you are registered the entire time the polls are open.
- If you are physically unable to attend the polls without the assistance of another.
- If you cannot attend the polls because of the tenets of your religion.
- If you have been appointed an election precinct inspector in a precinct other than the precinct where you reside.
- If you are 60 years of age or older.
- If you cannot attend the polls because you are confined to jail awaiting arraignment or trial.