Michigan Voter Information 

Get Registered and  Learn Where and How to Vote

Register to vote

 If you have a Michigan driver’s license or state ID, you can register to vote or update your registration online, today!

Absentee Ballot

 You can vote early with an absentee ballot at your local election clerk’s office during the 40 days before an upcoming election

Vote in person

On Election Day, registered voters must vote at their local polling place. Unregistered voters must go to their clerk’s office to register and vote there or at their polling place.

Search for your voter information

This page provides helpful information about where to find your clerk, polling place, and sample ballots.

Accessible voting

This page contains information about accessible voting. To learn more about voting rights for voters with disabilities, visit The Rights of Voters with Disabilities.

Do I need an ID?

You will be asked to show ID when you check in to vote. If you don’t have one, you can still vote. If this happens, expect a poll worker to ask you to sign a form before you vote that explains you didn’t have an ID. Your ballot will be included with all others and counted on Election Day.

Attend an MCDP Meeting!

The Montcalm County Democratic Party meets on the 3rd Monday of the month at the 3rd-floor meeting room at the courthouse in Stanton (617 N State St, Stanton) at 6:30 PM. We also have a virtual meeting capability. Please sign up to receive the link via email.


Republicans for Whitmer

Gretchen Whitmer for Governor announced the launch of Republicans for Whitmer, a group consisting of more than 150 Republicans from across the state who are supporting Governor Whitmer’s re-election campaign thanks to her work bringing people together to put Michigan first.

The group is led by a leadership council of more than 35 prominent Republican Michiganders, including business leaders, former lawmakers, and top staff serving under Governors Engler and Snyder.

Read more

MDP Voting Hotline

On the Hotline we guide voters about voting laws and deadlines, we help them determine what steps they will need to take to cast their vote on election day or during the absentee voting period when they can request to vote by mail.

Polling station sign door

Write-In Precinct Delegates!

A Quick FAQ:

We are always looking for Democrats interested in becoming precinct delegates. It's an important job and an easy way to get people fired up to vote for Dems!
Q: What is a Precinct Delegate?
A: The representative of your neighborhood Dems.
Q: Do I have to attend meetings?
A: NO!
Q: Do I have to attend a convention?
A: NO!
Q: Does it cost money?
A: NO!
Q: Do I need to fill anything out?
A: Yes, the Montcalm County Clerk with have an application for you.
Q: What is my commitment?
A: The term lasts two years. Everything beyond that is up to you. There are no required meetings or costs or hidden filings. We just want you to add your voice to the process!
Q: Are you sure there are no meetings?
A: You can go to zero meetings or 100 meetings, it's up to you!
Q: Sounds good. How do I do this?
A: Fill out an affidavit with the County Clerk in Stanton.

Email the Montcalm Dems if you have any other questions! [email protected]

Read more

Join the Montcalm County Democratic Party

Becoming a member of the Montcalm County Democratic Party is easy! Simply join the Michigan Democratic Party - or renew your existing membership - to ensure you are in good standing and with voting rights at our monthly meetings. *Renewing members will find that option toward the bottom of the page.

Join Here (MichiganDems.com)

Contact Us

Greenville, 48838, MI, US

Follow us

Montcalm County Democrats