Presidential Primary - February 27th, 2024
August Primary - August 6th, 2024
November General - November 5th, 2024
Elections are held at the
The State of Michigan now allows you to apply for an absentee ballot on-line. Please click this link to apply:
To track the status of your absentee ballot please this link:
* The deadline to register to vote in any manner other than with the township clerk's office is 15 days before the election.
* Voters may register up through the election day in-person in the township clerk's office with proof of residency. The township clerk's office will be open the Saturday before the Election from 8:00am - 4:00pm to register voters and issue absent voter ballots.
* All registered voters may vote from home. To request an absent voter ballot to vote from home you may use this application, or you contact the clerk's office to have an application sent to you.
** Clerk's Office Election Hours:
Mon - Fri: 9:00am - 12:00pm & 12:30pm - 5:00pm
Saturday before election: 8:00am - 4:00pm
Monday before election: 9:00am - 4:00pm
Election day: 7:00am - 8:00pm
2022 Proposal 2 Election Changes:
Michigan voters have approved several significant changes in voting protocols. Here's what you need to know:
Statewide Early Voting
Who: All Michigan voters
When: At least nine consecutive days, starting the second Saturday before the election and ending the Sunday before the election.
Duration: At least eight hours a day.
First Implementation: 2024 Presidential Primary Election
Locations: One combined location for all Saginaw County residents at the Saginaw County Courthouse complex.
Note: Additional details will be provided as they become available.
Permanent Mail Voter List
Features: Submit one application to receive an absentee ballot for all future elections.
Additional Absentee Voting Improvements
Prepaid Return Postage: Funding for prepaid return postage on absentee ballot applications and ballots.
Enhanced Tracking: A system to permit voters to track and receive electronic notifications about the status of their applications and ballots.
Deficiency Alerts: Notifications for any deficiencies in ballots or applications and how to correct them.
Secure Ballot Drop-box: At least one for every jurisdiction, available 24/7 up to 8pm on Election Day.
In-Person Voting: Present an approved photo ID or sign an affidavit of identity.
New IDs: Expanded types of photo IDs to include those issued by additional educational institutions and by local governments.
Military and Overseas Ballots
Timeliness: Ballots are considered timely if postmarked by Election Day and received by the clerk’s office within six days after the election.
For additional information on registering to vote please click this link: Michigan.gov/Vote
A List of Candidates and Election Results can be found on the Saginaw County Clerk's website or by clicking this link: