ELECTION RESULTS, CANDIDATE & PROPOSAL INFORMATION
Information regarding candidates, ballot proposals, and election results can all be found through the Oakland County Elections Division.
WE WANT YOU TO BECOME AN ELECTION INSPECTOR
If you are interested in getting paid to participate in the democratic process, or know of someone who might be, please call (248) 546-4064 or visit the City Clerk's Office today.
Click here for an application to be an Election Inspector.
While most voters were unaffected, if your precinct did change an updated Voter ID card was mailed to you in 2019. See the current precinct map linked below:
MAP OF POLLING LOCATIONS
Precinct 6 - St. Justin's Catholic Church: 1600 E. Evelyn Ave.
Any citizen of the United States who is 17.5 years of age and will be 18 on or before Election Day may register to vote by mail, at the City Clerk's Office or any Secretary of State branch, or at other designated agencies.
The Michigan Secretary of State's Voter Information Center is an online source for election information. Michigan residents can access information on their voter registration status, preview their ballot, get directions to their designated polling place, and even apply for an Absent Voter Ballot (if within 75 days of an election). Visitors can access online information on candidates, ballot proposals, and tutorials on the voting equipment used in each community. The Qualified Voter File, the statewide voter registration system developed by the Michigan Department of State, provides data for this site.
REGISTERING TO VOTE WITHIN 14 DAYS OF AN ELECTION
With the passage of Proposal 18-3 in 2018, individuals who register to vote fourteen (14) or fewer days before an election and wish to vote in that election must: 1) register to vote in-person at their local Clerk's Office, and 2) provide proof of residency at the time of registration*.
Proof of residency consists of the following documents, which must include name and current address:
- State of Michigan Driver's License or ID
- Current utility bill
- Bank Statement
- Government check
- Other government document
*Note: The proof of residency requirement does not apply to those who register to vote on or before the fifteenth (15th) day preceding an election.
ABSENT VOTER BALLOTS
- You can obtain an AV Ballot Application in-person at the City Clerk's Office, or call (248) 546-4064 to have one mailed to you. You may also obtain an AV Ballot Application online by clicking here.
- Applications may be submitted to the City Clerk's Office by mail, fax, email, or in-person.
- Registered electors wishing to obtain an AV Ballot BY MAIL for the upcoming election must apply to the City Clerk's Office no later than 5:00 p.m. on the Friday immediately preceding the election.
- Registered electors may obtain an AV Ballot IN-PERSON at the City Clerk's Office until 4:00 p.m. on the Monday preceding the election. The Clerk's Office will be open on the last Saturday preceding the election from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. for the purpose of issuing and receiving AV Ballots.
- Absent Voter ballots must reach the Clerk's Office (or be in an official City of Hazel Park ballot drop-box) by 8:00 p.m. on Election Day in order to be counted.
If you’ve made a mistake on your ballot, please do not use white-out or attempt to erase/correct it. To spoil your ballot and receive a replacement, you must submit a signed written request to the City Clerk’s Office.
The City of Hazel Park maintains a Permanent Absent Voter (AV) Application List. If you would like to be placed on the list, please complete and submit the Permanent AV Application List form linked here or check the appropriate box on the AV Ballot Application itself. Please be advised that being on this list means that an APPLICATION for an AV Ballot will be sent to you approximately 45 days prior to every election scheduled in the City of Hazel Park; to receive an AV Ballot you must complete and return the Application for each election.