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Early Voting Locations to Open in Ann Arbor Feb. 17

Join Mayor Taylor to be Among the First to Vote Early | City Clerk's Office Open for Voter Reg. & Absentee Ballots Saturdays/Sundays Feb. 17, 18, 24, 25

Archived News Release: February 6, 2024 - ​The option to vote early is new this year for Michigan voters. Ahead of the Presidential Primary Election, City of Ann Arbor will open six early voting centers Saturday, Feb. 17, allowing voters to tabulate their ballots on site at designated early-voting locations. Early voting centers will be open through Sunday, Feb. 25, following Michigan's constitution requiring cities and townships to offer early voting in each statewide and federal election for at least nine consecutive days, beginning on the second Saturday before the election and ending on the Sunday before the election.​

To kick off early voting, Ann Arbor voters can join Mayor Christopher Taylor 8 a.m. Feb. 17 at Larcom City Hall, 301 E. Huron St., as he casts the first ballot in th​e city. Be among the next in line — at city hall or another designated center — to vote early!

Registered voters can still choose to cast an absentee ballot in advance or to vote in person at their polling location on Election Day.​

Learn more and stay up to date

Visit for complete details about voting in Ann Arbor, including how to

register to vote, to apply for an absentee ballot and much more. You can also receive updates right to your email inbox by subscribing for free to “elections" bulletins, and follow the Ann Arbor City Clerk on Instagram; follow the City of Ann Arbor on Facebook, X, and city residents can find “City of Ann Arbor" on the NextDoor app.

The Michigan Voter Information website provides voter-specific information, including voter registration status, absentee ballot status, polling place location, voters' specific ballots for the current election, and more.​

The city cl​​erk's office is here to help

In addition to regular business hours on weekdays, the Ann Arbor City Clerk's office will be open Saturdays, Feb. 17 and 24, and Sundays, Feb. 18 and 25, for voter registration and absentee ballots as well as to answer questions. Stop by, or email [email protected] or call the city clerk's office at 734.794.6140.

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Media Contact Information

Jacqueline Beaudry
Ann Arbor City Clerk
[email protected]

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