My name is La Cracha Handy. I started blogging 7 years ago. I am currently building my brand as an independent author-publisher of nonfiction books on relationships and parenting. My first book, Leaving the Hidden Path: Motivational Guidance for Women with Young Children Considering Divorce, will be released in the spring of 2022. I am also a pop culture geek. I read and collect comic books, play Pokemon Go, and build model rockets. I love Star Trek: The Next Generation and Doctor Who. My name is prounced "Lacrisha."
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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.
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.
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!