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2022 ELECTION SCHEDULE
August 2, 2022 State Primary 
November 8, 2022 General


AUGUST 2 PRIMARY ELECTION - DID YOU KNOW?
At the August primary, voters will cast their ballot to nominate a party's candidates for federal, state, and county offices to run on the November 8 general election ballot, and also vote on any ballot proposals. 

The Aug primary is an open primary, meaning you do not declare a political party preference to vote.  The primary election ballot is PARTISAN and voters may only vote for one party’s candidates.  You then can vote the proposal section on the ballot. Splitting the partisan ticket on August 2 will invalidate the partisan votes on your ballot. 

If you want to vote for candidates from multiple parties, you may do so at the November 8 general election.  


PUBLIC NOTICES 
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Election Notice 
Public Accuracy Test


INFORMATION FOR VOTERS

Important Election Dates and Deadlines
Check your Voter Registration and Register to Vote
Michigan Secretary of State Elections and Voting FAQs
Absent Voter Ballot Information
Precincts and Polling Locations
Redistricting Information
Apply to be an Election Worker and work the polls
Military and Overseas Voters 
Join the Automatic Application List
County, State, and Federal Officials for Northville 



INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES
Important Election Dates and Deadlines
Absent Voter Ballot Information
Absentee Ballot Mailing Dates
How to Obtain Voter Information
How to Obtain Absentee Ballot Mailing Information
Campaigning on Election Day
Political Signs
Polling Locations and Precinct Map
Information to file for Mayor or Council
Election Results