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NOTICE OF ABSENT VOTER APPLICATIONS AND BALLOTS
Applications for Absentee Voter Ballots for Elections will be available at the City Clerks Office. You may either come in to the Office from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., 1:30pm to 4:30pm., Monday through Thursday or call 313-928-1144 to receive one by mail. There will be two elections scheduled for 2014, the General Primary on August 5th and the General Election on November 4th.
You may register to vote or change your address in the following manner: Click Here
NOTICE TO VOTERS: NEW VOTER IDENTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS IN EFFECT.
Every Michigan voter who offers to vote in 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. (See MCL 168.523 for voter identification requirement)
Past Election Results
November 6, 2012 Presidential Election - November 6 2012 Election Results.pdf
August 7, 2012 State Primary - August 7 2012 Election Result.pdf
February 28, 2012 Presidential Primary Results - Feb28result.pdf
November 8, 2011 ELECTION RESULTS - APResults110811.pdf
Registering to Vote Requirements:
- a U. S. Citizen
- at least 18 years of age by election day
- a resident of Michigan
Ways to register to vote:
- * At the Allen Park City Clerks Office 16850 Southfield Rd.
- * At any Secretary of State Branch offices located throughout the state .
- * At the specified agency for clients receiving services through the Family Independence Agency, Department of Community Health, Michigan Jobs Commission and some offices of the Commission for the Blind.
- * At the military recruitment offices for persons enlisting in the armed forces.
- * By obtaining and completing a Mail Voter Register Application to the election official as directed on the application
- Application may be obtained at www.michigan.gov/vote
If you move to a new city you must re-register to vote.
If you move within the same city, the clerk's office can handle the change. All Michigan voters must use the same residential address for voter registration and driver's license. Consequently, if you change your voter registration address your drivers license address will change. The reverse is true as well. Voter registration information may be obtained on the state web site at www.michigan.gov/vote
Voting at the Polls
Your voter identification card indicates the precinct location where you vote for all elections. If you do not have a voter registration card or would like a new card please contact the Clerks office. The following are the city election precincts:
Please note: The precincts have changed. Your precinct location and/or number may have changed.
Please see the precinct map for or call the city Clerks Office at 313.928.1144 details.
PRECINCT 1: City Hall Auditorium, 16850 Southfield Road
PRECINCT 2: City Hall Auditorium, 16850 Southfield Road
PRECINCT 3: City Hall Auditorium, 16850 Southfield Road
PRECINCT 4: City Hall Auditorium, 16850 Southfield Road
PRECINCT 5: City Hall Auditorium, 16850 Southfield Road
PRECINCT 6: Allen Park Community Center, 15800 White Street
PRECINCT 7: Allen Park Community Center, 15800 White Street
PRECINCT 8: Allen Park Community Center, 15800 White Street
PRECINCT 9: Allen Park High School, 18401 Champaign
PRECINCT 10: Allen Park Community Center, 15800 White Street
PRECINCT 11: Angelica Lutheran Church, 8400 Park Ave
PRECINCT 12: American Hungarian Reformed Church, 9901 Allen Road
PRECINCT 13: American Hungarian Reformed Church, 9901 Allen Road
PRECINCT 14: Allen Park Church of Nazarene, 10944 Reek Road
PRECINCT 15: Allen Park Middle School, 8401 Vine
PRECINCT 16: Allen Park Church of Nazarene, 10944 Reek Road
You may apply for an absentee ballot at the clerk's office by mail, fax or request an application by phone or e-mail. All ballots must be back to the clerk's office by 8:00 PM on Election Day. If you are over sixty and would like to be placed on a permanent list for an absentee ballot for all elections, please let us know. If you have registered to vote by mail, you will not be eligible for an absentee ballot until you have voted at the polls at least once.
Reasons for voting Absentee Ballot are as follows:
- You are 60 years of age or older
- You expect to be absent from the community in which you are registered for the entire time the polls are open on Election Day
- You are physically unable to attend the polls without the assistance of another
- You cannot attend the polls because of the tenets of your religion
- You have been appointed an election precinct inspector in a precinct other than the precinct where you reside
- You cannot attend the polls because you are confined to jail awaiting arraignment or trial
Voting with Assistance
Federal and state laws require every city to provide accessible registration and voting locations for voters who are disabled. If you require voting assistance, ask the election workers for help and two inspectors will assist you.
If you have any questions regarding your voter registration, please call the Clerks office at 313.928.1144
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