Election Inspectors needed for the 2020 Calendar year
Looking to make a little extra cash? Have some free time on your hands? Want to serve your community? If you answered “Yes” to any of these, then we have the perfect solution! Our Township Clerk, Michelle Mohney, is in need of several new election inspectors for the 2020 election cycle. For more information, contact Michelle at email@example.com or 269-381-2360.
Election Permanent Application List
Are you constantly busy? Does your work schedule make it difficult to vote? Would you rather not wait in long lines? We have great news for you! Any registered voter in Michigan may now vote an absentee ballot. You can vote from the comfort of your home at a time that is convenient for you. To be placed on the permanent application list, contact the Clerk’s Department at 269-381-2360 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Election Dates for 2020
Tuesday March 10- Presidential Primary
Tuesday May 5- Special Election
Tuesday August 4- Primary Election
Tuesday November 3- General Election
Michigan Voter Information Center
Visit www.Michigan.gov/vote to:
- View your sample ballot
- Find out if you are registered to vote
- Find your voting location
- Track your absentee ballot
Voter Registration Forms - Links
Public Accuracy Test - April 23, 2020
Public Accuracy Test - July 23, 2020
All about safety: Temporary Campaign Signs must be placed properly in the Right-of-Way
Road Commission of Kalamazoo County (RCKC):
The placement of temporary wire campaign signs within the right-of-way (county road right-of-way is typically 33 feet from the centerline) must not obstruct vision, especially at intersections. The placement of a large temporary sign supported more permanently in the ground is not allowed. Campaign signs that do not meet these criteria will be removed. Candidates are responsible for obtaining approval from adjacent property owners before placing signs, If the placement of a temporary sign is in the right-of-way and the property owner does not prefer that the sign be placed there, they should be immediately removed. Signs must be removed after the election.
Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT):
Signs must be placed more than 30 feet from the edge of the roadway (or from the white line along the edge on highways) without barrier-type curbs. On highways that do have barrier curbs, the signs must be more than 3 feet from the back of the curb. Signs are not allowed within clear vision areas at intersections or commercial driveways, or within limited access rights of way. Campaign signs that do not meet these criteria will be removed. Candidates are responsible for obtaining approval from adjacent property owners before placing signs. Signs must be removed within 10 days after the election.
Courtesy of MDOT Press Release