Registering to Vote in Flint

Hey there! Did you know that all eligible citizens can REGISTER TO VOTE through Election Day?

Through October 24, 2022, you can register to vote at: http://mi.gov/VoterRegistration

  • Secretary of State branch offices
  • Flint City Clerk’s Office – 1101 S. Saginaw St. #201C, Flint, MI 48502
  • Designated State agencies
  • A voter registration derive
  • Or by mail: forms can be downloaded and printed at: michigandems.com/register

October 25, 2022, through 8 p.m. on November 8, 2022, register to vote at:

  • Your city/township clerk’s office – you must have proof of residency to register after October 24th. View a list of acceptable documents for proof of residency at: michigandems.com/vote/#residency

Voters who register at their clerk’s office on Election Day can vote their or take their receipt and vote at their polling place.

Please share this information with anyone and everyone you know that lives in the city of Flint, Michigan. Also feel free to reach out to me at any time with questions!

Flint Absentee Ballot Drop Box Locations

Hi there! Below is the absentee ballot drop box locations and hours for city of Flint voters.

  1. Flint City Hall – 24 hours daily – 1101 S. Saginaw St. – 48502
  2. Fire Station 3 – 24 hours daily – 1525 Martin Luther King Ave. – 48503
  3. Fire Station 5 – 24 hours daily – 3402 Western Rd. – 48506
  4. Fire Station 6 – 24 hours daily – 716 W. Pierson Rd. – 48505
  5. Fire Station 8 – 24 hours daily – 202 E. Atherton Rd. – 48507

Please share this post with city of Flint residents! Thanks!

MDP Voter Assistance Hotline

Hello Michiganders! Do you have any questions about voting or registering to vote in Michigan? If so, then call the MDP Voter Assistance Hotline at 1-833-MI-VOTES.

Please share this post with other voters you know that live in Michigan. Thanks!

3 Ways to Vote Easily

Hi there Michigan voters!

Did you know there are 3 ways for you to vote EASILY in Michigan this year? Here’s how:

OPTION 1: Vote Early from Home

  • With a MI driver license or state ID, request your ballot online at http://michigandems.com/onlineavapp and have it mailed to you.
  • You can also download and print an absentee ballot application from http://michigandems.com/avapp and mail it or drop it off to your city/township clerk. Your ballot will be mailed to you.
  • Vote your ballot, sign the envelope, and mail it to your local clerk, or drop it off at their office designated dropbox. Your clerk must receive the ballot by 8 p.m.

OPTION 2: Vote Early at the Clerk’s office (starting September 29, 2022)

  • Go to your city/township clerk’s office, register to vote if you haven’t already, and get an absentee ballot application by 4 p.m. on Monday, November 7th, 2022. Find your clerk’s address and hours at http://michigandems.com/clerk.
  • Fill out the application, give it to the staff and receive your ballot.
  • Vote your ballot, sign the envelope, and submit it as directed by the staff

Voting in Michigan is easy. Do you have a plan to vote? Comment below and tell me all about it. Need help? Let me know.

If you are reading this blog post and you are not a Michigan resident, then please share this information with anyone you know that lives in Michigan and is at least 18 years-old, voting age.

Register to Vote

Hey there Michiganders!

Registering to vote in Michigan gets easier each year thanks to our Secretary of State, Jocelyn Benson! Make sure you and your friends are ready to go when it’s time to vote and select a method to register!

Are you a registered voter in Michigan? If so, then please help a family member, friend, or neighbor get registered. We all know at least 1 person that’s not registered to vote.

Registering to vote in Michigan is quick and easy.

Do you have a plan to vote? Comment below! Need help? Let me know!

If you are reading this blog post and you are not a Michigan resident, then please share this with anyone you know that lives in Michigan and is at least 18 years-old, voting age.

Guess who’s Running for School Board?

Someone is currently serving on the school board in her school district, and her seat is up for election in November. Can you guess who it is?

If you guessed yours truly, then you are correct!

I won’t talk about it here; but you can read all about it here. If you are a registered voter in the Carman-Ainsworth Community Schools District in Flint, Michigan, then I would love and appreciate your support!