You must complete a voter registration form and deliver or mail it to your county, city, or township clerk’s office. You can also register to vote in any Michigan Secretary of State branch office, Department of Human Services office, Department of Community Health office, Department of Career Development office, or military recruitment office. You can also print off a Michigan voter registration form online, and mail it or deliver it to one of the agencies listed above.
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