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(excluding holidays)

Jacqueline Beaudry,
City Clerk

Fax: 734.994.8296

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2024 Upcoming Elections

  • February 27th, 2024 - Presidential Primary Election

  • August 6th, 2024 - State Primary Election

  • November 5th, 2024 - General Election 

Polling places are open from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. on election day.

See Election Night Results!​


​​​​​All voters will be required to select a ballot type for the 2024 Presidential Primary in order to receive a ballot (both in person or by absentee ballot). The ballot type options are Democratic Presidential Primary Ballot or Republican Presidential Primary Ballot. ​

Absentee Ballot Processing and Early Vote Count Results

​​The City of Ann Arbor will be tabulating absentee ballots on Election Day only, Tuesday, February 27, beginning at 10:00 a.m. at the City's new Election Headquarters, 3021 Miller Road, Ann Arbor. This work will be conducted by teams of bipartisan election inspectors and is open to the public.

Tabulators used during the early voting period will also be closed and results tallied beginning at 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday, February 27 at the City's Election Headquarters.  This work will also be conducted by teams of bipartisan election inspectors and is open to the public.

​The Clerk's Office will be Closed to the public on Wednesday, February 28, 2024.

We will follow up on all emails and voicemails upon reopening. Thank you for your patience and understanding!​

2022 General Election Facts​

A quick look back: Facts from the November 8th, 2022 General Election! (PDF)

Voter Registration

City residents can submit a registration form by mail, email, fax, online or in-person. Voters can also register at any Secretary of State Branch Office, the Washtenaw County Clerk's Office, and designated state agencies such as Family Independence Agencies or military branch offices.

During the 14 days leading up to election day, voters must register in-person at the City Clerk's Office if they would like to vote in the election. Voters must show proof of residency to register within 14 days of an election.

People can register to vote at the City Clerk's Office during regular business hours. People can register to vote in the election up to 8pm on election day.​​