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2019 Election Calendar for Algoma Township:

Polls OPEN at 7:00am and CLOSE at 8:00pm

May 7, 2019                          Pending
August 6, 2019                   Possible Date
November 5, 2019           Possible Date

Algoma Township Precinct/Polling Information: 

   Not sure if you are registered to vote? Call 616-866-1583 and ask for the Clerk's Office.

Pct 1 Pct 3
If you live in the: If you live in the:
Sparta Area School District
NORTH of 13 Mile Rd.
Cedar Springs Public School District
You will vote at: You will vote at:
The Algoma Baptist Church - Gymnasium The Kent County Road Commission
North Complex Building
10515 Grange Ave. NE 11723 White Creek Ave.
Rockford, MI 49341 Cedar Springs, MI 49319
   
SAMPLE BALLOTS: SAMPLE BALLOTS:
Election Election
   
   
Pct 2 Pct 4
If you live in the: If you live in the:
Sparta Area School District
SOUTH of 13 Mile Rd.
Rockford Public School District
NORTH of 12 Mile Rd.
You will vote at: You will vote at:
The Algoma Baptist Church - Gymnasium The Resurrection Life Church
10515 Grange Ave. NE 3233 - 10 Mile Rd.
Rockford, MI 49341 Rockford, MI 49341
   
SAMPLE BALLOTS: SAMPLE BALLOTS:
Election  Election
   
   
 
Pct 5 - RPS
  If you live in the:

 
Rockford Public School District
SOUTH of 12 Mile Rd.
  You will vote at:
  The Resurrection Life Church
  3233 - 10 Mile Rd.
  Rockford, MI 49341
   
 

SAMPLE BALLOTS:

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Frequently Asked Questions: 

Click on the links below for detailed explanations:

How do I get an Absentee Voter (AV) ballot?

Where and when should I register to vote?

Do I have to show Photo ID before I can vote?

How do I get a ballot if I am in the military or living abroad?

Where can I find information on the ballot proposals?

 To find information on candidates check your newspapers and/or search their name in your internet browser.

Click here for the :  Michigan Association of Municipal Clerks Public Service Announcement regarding voter registration and voting!!

The Michigan Secretary of State's Website hosts the Michigan Voter Information Center and has all the information you need to:

TRACK YOUR ABSENTEE BALLOT

Determine if you are registered to vote

Find application forms for voter registration and absentee voter purposes

Review a sample ballot for your precinct

Learn to use your voting equipment

Find answers to frequently asked questions

Military and Overseas Voter Empowerment Act (MOVE)

 

The Kent County Website is also a great resource for county and local election information.  You can get candidate name listings, campaign signage ordinances, voter information as well as up to the minute election results.

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