If not, why not? Michigan law allows any registered Michigan voter to choose to vote using an absentee ballot without having to have an “acceptable” reason. 2020 with rising Covid numbers has got to be the year that absentee voting makes smart sense!
If you haven’t registered yet, do it online HERE before October 19 – the LAST DAY TO REGISTER ONLINE. Despite erroneous social media messages to the contrary, Michigan voters can register IN-PERSON up to the Nov. 3rd Election Day at designated locations in each town. Registration is NOT available at your polling place on Election Day.
Tomorrow, Tuesday March 10, is the 2020 Presidential Primary.
Not registered to vote yet? You may still register to vote in person on Election Day – up to 8:00 p.m., with proof of residency. You may vote an absent voter ballot in person in the clerk’s office or vote in person in the proper precinct.
GRCC’s Library & Learning Commons is proud to host a National Archives pop-up display titled, Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote. The display, located on the LLC’s first floor, details the struggle for women’s suffrage that resulted in the passage of the 19th Amendment.
In addition to that display, check out the book display case full of titles on women’s suffrage, as well as the continuing struggle to retain the right to vote. Most items in the case may be checked out at the Circulation Desk.