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All in-person precincts will be open on Election Day from 7:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m.  All four (4) Tittabawassee Township Precincts are located at the Freeland SportsZone, 5690 Midland Road.

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Absentee Voting for the Nov. 3 Election:

As absentee voting continues to be popular among Township residents, the Clerk’s Office would like to provide helpful tips to voters for the upcoming Nov. 3 general election:

Dual applications: Residents who filed a dual absentee voter application for the August and November elections do not need to submit an application for the Nov. 3 election.  Voters can check online to see if they submitted a dual application by clicking here and entering their voter information or driver’s license number. Under the “Absentee ballot” section, if there is a date under “Application received,” a dual application has been submitted. You are also welcome to contact the Township Office at 989-695-9512 and we will be happy to check for you.

Sign and date the ballot: Once voters have completed their absentee ballot, they must sign and date the back of the green return envelope.

Expect ballots to be mailed in early October: Ballots are expected to be sent out beginning the first week in October. Keep in mind absentee voters in the same household may receive their ballots on different days.

Return applications and ballots early: Applications and ballots should be returned to the Township Clerk’s Office by mail or placed in the secured drop box outside of Township Office as early as possible to ensure a smooth counting process on Election Day. Ballots MUST be returned by 8 p.m. on election day to be counted.  If you are able to utilize our drop box instead of the mail please do so when returning your ballot. The drop box is located in the northeast corner of the parking lot at the Township Office.

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Tracking your ballot online: Voters can check to see if an application or ballot has been received by the clerk’s office online by clicking here and entering their voter information or driver’s license number. Keep in mind, applications and ballots can take multiple business days to be received by the Township office.

Help! I made a mistake on my ballot:
 
DO NOT THROW IT AWAY. Simply put the ballot into the provided green envelope and seal it. Sign and date the outside of the envelope and bring it to the Township Office. We will SPOIL your ballot and give you a new one. 

What happens to my ballot once I turn it in?
  When the Clerk's office receives your ballot it is stored in a secure area until election day.  On election day ballots are personally delivered to the polling place by the Deputy Clerk. The ballots are processed exactly the same as the ballots of those who vote in person on election day. 

Have More Questions? Check out the State of Michigan FAQ list regarding the Election. Have further questions or concerns? Feel free to contact the Deputy Clerk, Brandy Federspiel at the Township Office during business hours at 989.695.9512.