Election Information and Results

Election Information and Results

Identification Requirements for Voting

Picture ID is required to vote! Every Michigan voter who offers to vote at the polls MUST comply with the requirement by showing picture identification, or signing an affidavit attesting that he or she is not in possession of picture identification (MCL 168.523).

Voters without picture ID: Voters who do not have acceptable picture ID or forgot to bring acceptable picture ID to the polls can vote like any other voter by signing an affidavit.

Acceptable photo identification includes:
-Driver’s license or personal identification card issued by another state.
-Federal or state government-issued photo identification.
-U.S. passport.
-Military identification card with photo.
-Student identification with photo from high school or an accredited institution of higher education.
-Tribal identification card with photo.

If you have any questions on the implementation of this law, please contact the Clerk’s Office at 248-662-0541 or for more election related information, visit: www.michigan.gov/vote.

 

Election Archive

 

ELECTION ARCHIVES
2018 Elections
11-06-2018
General Election  (Click Here)
08-07-2018 Primary
(Click Here)
2017 Elections
11-07-2017 Special Election (Click Here)
2016 Elections
11-08-2016 General (Presidential) (Click Here)
08-02-2016 Primary (Click Here)
03-08-2016 Presidential Primary (Click Here)
2015 Elections
11-03-2015 Special Election (Click Here)
05-05-2015 Special Election (Click Here)
2014 Elections
11-04-2014 General Election (Click Here)
08-05-2014 Primary (Click Here)
2013 Elections
05-07-2013 School (Click Here)
2012 Elections
11-06-2012 General (Presidential) (Click Here)
09-05-2012 Special Primary (11th Congressional) (Click Here)
08-07-2012 Primary (Click Here)
02-28-2012 Presidential Primary (Click Here)
2011 Elections
11-08-2011 School (Click Here)
05-03-2011 School (Click Here)
2010 Elections
11-02-2010 General (Governor’s Race) (Click Here)
08-03-2010 Primary (Click Here)
2009 Elections
11-03-2009 School (Click Here)
08-04-2009 Special (Township Bond) (Click Here)
2008 Elections
11-04-2008 General (Presidential) (Click Here)
08-05-2008 Primary (Click Here)
01-15-2008 Presidential Primary (Click Here)

Contact the Clerk at: mbanner@twp.northville.mi.us for election results prior to 2008.
Misc Information
The township is interested in making it as easy as possible for eligible voters to cast a ballot in all elections. If you have any questions, visit the clerk’s office or call (248) 348-5800, ext. 10201 or you can email the clerk with any questions or if you need additional information.

Michigan Voter Information Center
- where you can look up to see if you are registered to vote, find your polling location, see a sample of your precinct ballot, the voting equipment used in your precinct, and other FAQ’s.
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Polling Locations & 
Sample Ballots 
Locate your precinct with this voting precinct map  so you know where you will be voting at on election day. 

Moraine Elementary School – Precincts 1 & 2
Precinct 1 - Sample Ballot
Precinct 2 - Sample Ballot

Northville High School – Precincts 3 & 4
Precinct 3 - Sample Ballot
Precinct 4 - Sample Ballot

Township Hall - Precinct 5
Precinct 5 - Sample Ballot

Winchester Elementary School – Precinct 6
Precinct 6 - Sample Ballot

Meads Mill Middle School – Precincts 7 & 12
Precinct 7 - Sample Ballot
Precinct 12 - Sample Ballot

Silver Springs Elementary School – Precincts 8 & 9
Precinct 8 - Sample Ballot
Precinct 9 - Sample Ballot


Ridge Wood Elementary School – Precincts 10 & 11
Precinct 10 - Sample Ballot
Precinct 11 - Sample Ballot

General Election Information:TIME: Polls open at 7:00am and close promptly at 8:00pm on Election Day.


BEFORE ELECTION DAY: Confirm that you are a registered voter and where you vote by calling the township’s voter registration hot line at 248-662-0541, or visit the following website for this information: www.michigan.gov/sos

ALLOW SUFFICIENT TIME FOR VOTING. Precinct inspectors have a great deal of responsibility in issuing ballots and recording information. Please be patient. Try to avoid the busiest times of 7- 9am and 6-8pm.

WHAT TO BRING: Bring your photo I.D. (driver’s license) or be prepared to complete an affidavit that you are not in possession of your photo I.D.

Clearly and legibly print your name, address and date of birth on the Application to Vote.  If you are in a verify or challenged status, you will be asked to verbally confirm the missing or incorrect information. and inform the inspector of any name change, address changes, or hyphenated names.