Polling Place Information
City residents vote at their assigned polling place for every election unless notified by mail of an alternate location. Residents can check their polling location information via the Michigan Voter Information site.
Want to vote at the Clerk's Office before election day? Check information on absentee ballots for guidance.
Election Day Line Tracker
The Election Day Line Tracker includes photos of each building, as well as links to maps and directions. Know before you go!
Check the number of people waiting in line at your City polling place and view estimated wait times before you stand in line. Line counts are updated by the City's election inspectors in real time on Election Day!
Voters with disabilities can vote privately and independently using the Touch Writer, Voter Assist Terminal. The Touch Writer is a ballot-marking device that voters can use to assist with marking a traditional paper ballot. Voters can use the machine to mark their ballot through the use of large font touch screen, Braille keypad and audio headset, or with the aid of their own personal sip/puff device or foot pedal that can be plugged into a port on the front of the terminal. The Touch Writer touch screen features magnification and contrast features and the audio ballot can be adjusted for speed and volume. The Touch Writer is available for all voters to use in every city polling place.
A sip/puff device with disposable straws and a foot/hand pedal is available for use at city polling places on Election Day for voters in need and/or if a voter's own personal equipment does not work with Touch Writer. The equipment is currently available at the Scarlett Middle School polling place. For arrangements at other polling places, please contact the City Clerk's Office at 734.794.6140 to avoid Election Day delays.
Any voter may also vote absentee for any election. To request an application for absentee ballot be mailed to you for all future city elections, please call the City Clerk at 734.794.6140, send an email to [email protected] or sign-up online.
For more information about available Election Day resources for persons with disabilities, including the AAATA's A-Ride program, please visit the city's disability resources page.
Selfie Stations at Polling Places
Voters looking for the perfect backdrop to help showcase their civic pride can look no further than their polling place. Whether returning an absentee ballot at Larcom City Hall on Election Day, or voting at a precinct, voters can pause for an “I voted" selfie. Special “I voted, #A2Votes" posters will be featured at polling places; and there will even be an “I voted, #A2Votes" banner in the first-floor lobby of Larcom City Hall. Tag us on social media using #A2Votes!