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July 7, 2014 - Registration deadline for primary

August 5, 2014 - Primary election

October 6, 2014 - Registration deadline for general election

November 4, 2014 - General election

With the election year upon us, and changes made by the State, I felt the following information may be of benefit to you, the residents of Hamlin Township.  First, and foremost, you may want to find out if you are registered in Hamlin Township to vote.  By clicking on the link below, you can find out if you are a registered voter and which Congressional District you are in.  There is also a link on that page which allows you to view the ballot that you will be voting on in the upcoming elections.

   -   Am I Registered to Vote?

If you have not yet registered to vote, you may follow the link below:

   -   Voter Registration Information

- New Voter Registration ID Cards
Due to redistricting, which the law requires to happen every 10 years following the census, some Hamlin Township residents have   experienced a change in Congressional Districts from District #2 to District #1.  All Hamlin Township residents will be in County Commissioner District #3 and in the 3rd District for the State Court of Appeals; and, beginning in 2015, all of Mason County will be in the 35th State Senate District.

- HB 4992 (PA 128):  Removal of Instructions from Ballot
On May 11, 2012, Governor Snyder signed House Bill 4992 into law, and it has been assigned Public Act 128 of 2012.  The law has immediate effect, meaning these requirements must be implemented in conjunction with the August 7, 2012 Primary.   The new law eliminates the requirement that instructions be printed on the ballot and now requires that ballot instructions be printed on the ballot secrecy sleeve or enclosed in a clear plastic pocket on the front of the ballot secrecy sleeve. The ballot instructions to be used are written in statute for primary elections, general elections, nonpartisan elections, and special elections.

Mark your calendar!

- Election Dates
  August 7, 2012            State Primary
  November 6, 2012       State General Election

- Registration Deadlines
  July 9, 2012                 Last day to register for August Primary
  October 9, 2012           Last day to register for November General Election


Have a question or need more information? 

Call or write:        Catherine Lewis, Clerk
                             5437 Angling Road
                             Ludington, MI 49431
                             (231) 845-0092

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