If you are a Canton Township voter, the best source of information on voting requirements and procedures is always the Clerk’s Office, located inside the Township building. For any questions about elections, you can reach the Clerk’s Office at 734-394-5120, Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM-4:30 PM or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit the Clerk's Office website here for more information.
Take a look at this list of quick information and links to help you with voting in 2023.
The 2023 State General Election in Michigan is scheduled for November 7, 2023.
Voting Precincts and Polls
Due to redistricting, polling locations have changed. Visit www.canton-mi.org/vote to view the map of voter precincts, polling locations and more.
Voter Registration and Absentee Ballots at the Clerk’s Office
Township residents can register to vote in-person at the Clerk’s Office during regular business hours and no later than 8:00 PM on Election Day. Voters registering to vote in-person during the last 14 days prior to an election will be required to provide proof of residency.
To vote absentee, voters must submit a signed application for each election in order to receive a ballot. You can obtain the Absentee Ballot Application from the Clerk’s Office by phone, fax, email or in-person. If you would like an Absentee Ballot Application automatically mailed to you for every election, you may submit a request online. See more information below.
Voter Registration and Absentee Ballots Online
The Michigan Voter Information Center website can help you find out about your registration status, how to register, your precinct and voting location, voting absentee, and signing up for permanent absentee ballots.
Official Election Information, Candidates and Results
The Michigan Secretary of State website offers information about voting, lists of candidates, ballot measures and election results.
Nonpartisan Election and Candidate Information
For more detailed information on elections, voting, candidates and ballot measures sponsored by the League of Women Voters, go to www.lwvmi.org. Other nonpartisan resources on elections include ballotpedia.org and bridgemi.com.