VOTE411.org, the League's online voter guide, is active and ready to help you review the people/issues that are on your ballot. Absentee ballots began being sent to Michigan voters on September 24th. It is important that you track the status through Michigan's MVIC (MI Voter Information Center) to see (1) when your application was received, (2) when your ballot was issued, and (3) when your ballot is 'received.' Received means that your signature was verified and your ballot is secured until Election Day.
This page provides links and information that will help you navigate the world of voting.
If you have further questions, please feel free to contact us at LWVFlintArea@gmail.com.
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MI Voter Information Center (MVIC)
The Michigan Voter Information Center (MVIC), is a one-stop site to check and verify just about every voter practice necessary for individuals: voter registration, absentee ballot application and tracking, finding your voting precinct, and seeing what will be on your ballot.
You can also find information about becoming an Election Inspector. It is imperative that we have well-trained citizens working our voting precincts and processing ballots to ensure every citizen's voice is heard on Election Day!
The MI Constitutional change that came with Promote the Vote in 2018 made Absentee Voting more accessible to Michigan voters.
Having this provision made adjustments to meeting the voting challenges that came with the COVID-19 pandemic much more manageable.
Registered voters may now apply for an Absentee Ballot online through the MVIC website. They may also submit a paper application directly to their local clerk or be put on their clerk's list to always receive an application for an upcoming election. Note: ballots only follow completed applications.
Be sure to account at least one week for mail delivery in each phase, plus a couple of days for processing by the clerk's office.
Ensure your voice is heard on Election Day by voting Absentee!
LWV Online Voter Guide: Vote411
The LWV online voter guide is a great resource to get personalized information.
When you enter your address, the system will take you to see your ballot (where we have an active League) and see responses from candidates. Candidates are asked to share biographical information, campaign information, and respond to questions that we feel will help you make an informed decision on your ballot.
You can also verify your registration status, precinct location and number, and more.
This site is active in the 30 days prior to an upcoming election.
Any questions can be directed to the LWV at