Michiganders who miss online voter registration deadlines can still register and vote in person.
Michiganders Have Until Oct. 19 to Register to Vote Online

Missing the deadline doesn’t mean you can’t vote. Here’s what you need to register to vote in person in Michigan.

In this May 5, 2020 file photo, Angela Beauchamp fills out an absentee ballot at City Hall in Garden City, Mich. Michigan county and municipal clerks are finding it challenging to meet the needs of voters amid the coronavirus pandemic and following changes in 2018 when state voters approved of same-day voter registration and no-reason absentee voting. The Secretary of State’s office reported this week that over 1.5 million requests for absentee ballots have been made ahead of the Aug. 4 primary, more than three-and-a-half times the number than at the same time ahead of the 2016 election. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya; Graphic by Denzel Boyd/COURIER)
Do I Need an ID to Vote? A Guide to in-Person Voting Requirements in Michigan

Whether you choose to cast your ballot in person now or on Election Day, this guide will help you know your voting rights.

Graphic by Desiree Tapia
$323 a Week: How One Michigan Family of Five Is Surviving on Unemployment

Before the coronavirus eliminated this family’s only source of income, they lived a typical middle-class life in a farmhouse. Now they borrow money just to eat.

Michigan is in need of election workers, called Election Inspectors, to help the polls.
Michiganders: Here’s How to Become a Poll Worker

Here’s why people are needed more than ever for the paid and volunteer positions in Michigan.

Despite the larger number of people taking advantage of Absentee Ballots, a few still choose to vote in person at the polls.
What Michiganders Need to Know About Voting in Person on Election Day

Looking to cast your ballot at the polls Nov. 3? Here’s what you need to know.

With less than two months remaining until the 2020 election, Michiganders are planning trips to the polls, local ballot drop boxes, and the Post Office to cast their votes.
Michigan Voting in 2020: Your Guide to Creating an Election Plan

From photo ID rules to making sure your ballot gets to the right place, we've got the steps laid out for every Michigander to use their voice this election.

Whether you're walking your ballot to an approved drop box, into your local clerks office, or taking advantage of other options, Michigan voters can cast their ballots safely and securely. (Graphic by COURIER/Denzel Boyd; Photo by Franz Knight)
What Is an Absentee Ballot and How Do I Get One? Here’s Everything You Need to Know About Mail-In Voting

From defining terms to checking your voter registration information, this guide helps every Michigander cast their ballot.