Charter Township of Washington
The Clerk is responsible for conducting all federal, state, school and local elections. Some of the most frequently asked questions are here for your review. As always, if you have additional questions, don't hesitate to call our office at 586-786-0010.
Where do we register to vote?
You may register to vote at the Clerk's office during regular office hours or any Secretary of State Office.
Where do we vote?
The Township has 9 polling precincts. Once you register to vote, you will receive a voter I.D. card stating the exact location for you. If you are currently registered and cannot locate your voter I.D. card, call us for assistance.
Who can vote Absentee?
Anyone may vote by absentee by submitting an application with your full name, address, and the reason you need to vote absentee ballot, which may include the following reasons:
60 years of age or older
You will be out of the community on Election Day
You are physically unable to attend the polls
You must sign and date the application for us to provide you with a ballot.
Applications are accepted at the Clerk's office. You may bring your form in person, drop it at our convenient drop box in front of Township Hall, or mail it to us at : 57900 Van Dyke, Washington, MI 48094
Note: If you wish to be placed on a "permanent application" list - which means you would automatically receive an absentee ballot application before each election - contact our office.
Interesting in becoming an Election Worker?
If you enjoy working with the public and community service, consider becoming an Election Worker. We staff 9 precinct locations, as well as our Absentee Counting Board, with paid volunteers. Simply complete an Election Worker Application - click here - and submit to the Clerk's office. You will be notified when training is available and assigned to work a precinct as openings become available.
Election Worker Training Power Pte Presentation:
Click here for Part 1
Click here for Part 2
Click here for Part 3