Primary Election August 4, 2020
Presidential Election November 3, 2020
For the August and November elections, an absentee ballot application was sent to all registered voters. The COVID 19 virus is, and potentially will be, a threat to us still. This is to give an option to those who would prefer not to be in a place where many people will also potentially be.
However, if your preference is to vote in person, all precincts will be open. We will do whatever we can to try to keep the polling place sanitized for our workers and voters. While face masks are not required, they are encouraged.
The opportunity to vote is a privilege as well as a right. We want to make sure everyone can vote in a manner that they feel most comfortable doing so.
If you have any questions about the absentee voting process, please call Clerk Carolyn Boersma at 616-844-2101. She would be very happy to spend a few minutes to explain our process.
The deadline for registering by mail to vote in the August 3 election is July 20. After that date you will need to visit the Township Clerk to register to vote in person until 8pm on August 3. You will need to provide proof of residency when you register to vote. Acceptable documents include a Michigan driver’s license or State ID card, current utility bill, bank statement, paycheck or government check or other government document.
- Registering to Vote in Michigan
- Township Election Information
- Military/Overseas Voters
- Ottawa County Find My Polling Place
- Michigan Voter Information Center
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 616-844-2101 if you have questions.