How to find out what’s on your ballot:
You can find out what is on your election ballot by visiting the State of Michigan’s Voter Information website at http://mvic.sos.state.mi.us
There will be a toolbar available to select your city or town for the ballot geared toward your registered locale.
In Detroit, eligible voters will cast their votes for the following:
- City Council
- City Clerk
- Police Commission
- Community Advisory Council
*Three proposals will also appear on the ballot
How to find out your polling location:
Residents living in the city of Detroit who need information about their polling place can visit https://detroitmi.gov/departments/elections
Other Michigan residents can locate their precinct at http://mvic.sos.state.mi.us/
Locating your polling place is possible by the search of your name, address, or license number.
Hours for voting:
All polling hours are from 7am – 8pm
In the City of Detroit, all polling locations will be open for the General Election
Who to contact if you feel you are being intimated while trying to vote:
The previous 2020 Presidential election cycle brought a lot of chaos, scrutiny, and voting intimidation nationwide.
If you feel you are being intimated at a polling location, you should immediately alert a poll worker.
A voter can also contact the election protection hotline at 1-866-OUR-VOTE, a service of the Michigan Department of Civil Rights, to initiate a formal complaint.