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The City Clerk is responsible for:
- Serving as Clerk of the City Council, Commissions and various other boards; preparing agendas, meeting packets and minutes.
- Notifies proper officials of the expiration of any boards, contracts/agreements and liability claims.
- Record manager for the City’s vital records.
- Acting as the Freedom of Information (FOIA) coordinator.
- Administering all oaths required by law.
- Managing various City licenses and permits.
- Planning, organizing and administering all Federal, State, Local and School Elections.
- Maintaining voter registration records.
- Publishing and posting notices of the City as required by law.
- Coordinates all liability claims for the City.
- VOTER REGISTRATION FORM
- Voter registration can be done at the Clerk's office.
- You must be a U.S. Citizen and at least 18 years old.
- You may only register for yourself.
- You may also register at the Secretary of State's Office.
- Overseas/Military Voter
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In 1986, the federal government passed the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA) providing special registration and absentee voting provisions for military and overseas civilians. In addition UOCAVA authorized the use of the Federal Write-In Absentee Ballot (FWAB). The Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP) was created by the Department of Defense to oversee UOCAVA. In 2009 the federal Military and Overseas Empowerment Act (MOVE Act) and corresponding state legislation was passed expanding UOCAVA by further allowing a UOCAVA voter to submit one AV application for a calendar year, ballot(s) to be sent to the UOCAVA voter via email or fax, establishing a 45-day absent voter ballot delivery requirement, and expanding the use of the FWAB. In 2012, the state legislature passed PA 279 of 2012 further expanding the use of the FWAB to local and state offices.
|DATE||ELECTION||LAST DAY TO REGISTER TO VOTE IN ANY MANNER OTHER THAN IN PERSON AT THE CLERK'S OFFICE|
|TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 2022||GUBERNATORIAL PRIMARY ELECTION||JULY 18, 2022|
|TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2022||GUBERNATORIAL GENERAL ELECTION||OCTOBER 24, 2022|
Link to Voter Information with sample ballot
Where do I vote?
Voter Information Center
Voting Precincts Polling Place Addresses:
City of Albion Precinct Map
- Precinct 1: Crowell School 1418 Cooper Street. Precinct 1 map
- Precinct 2: St Paul Lutheran Church 100 Luther Blvd Precinct 2 map
- Precinct 3: St Paul Lutheran Church 100 Luther Blvd Precinct 3 map
- Precinct 4: Tennant Hall (Methodist Church) 600 East Michigan Ave. Precinct 4 map
- Precinct 5: Crowell School 1418 Cooper Street. Precinct 5 map
- Precinct 6: Tennant Hall (Methodist Church) 600 East Michigan Ave. Precinct 6 map
- Polls are open from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. on election days.
NEW! Sign up to join the City’s Permanent Absentee Voter List
Registered voters who wish to vote by absentee ballot can sign up to automatically receive an application by mail for each election. Signing up for the Permanent Absentee Voter List is fast, easy, and will save you time previously spent waiting in line or having to contact the Clerk’s office by phone or e-mail to request an application.
By joining the Permanent Absentee Voter List, you will receive an application to vote by absentee ballot before each election. Complete the application, turn it in, and then receive your absentee ballot by mail before the election. Don’t want to vote absentee? Simply throw the application away and head to the polls on Election Day.
Absentee Ballot Application
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- Absentee ballots are available up until the Saturday prior to the Election.
- You can vote absentee the Monday prior to the Election but it must be done in the Clerk's Office. You may not take the ballot with you.
- All absentee ballots are due by 8:00 p.m. Election Day.
- All absentee voter envelopes MUST be signed by the Voter to certify your vote.
- Absentee ballots may be obtained by a prospective voter by first filling out an application, which is available at the Clerk's office upon the voter showing their ID or signing an affidavit form of not in possession of ID; Or, a prospective voter may write to the City Clerk, at 112 W. Cass Street, to request the application. The application may be filled out and submitted at City Hall only by the person who will be voting absentee, or it can be mailed back.
- Written Public Summary of FOIA Procedures and Guidelines
- FOIA Fee Itemization Form
- FOIA Procedures and Guidelines
- FOIA Request for Public Records