If you are registered to vote and want to participate in Michigan’s November 2018 general election, you need to update your voter registration status.
You can do this through a state-wide voter registration database.
Here’s how: You must provide a valid email address to update.
You will need to fill out and mail in a completed voter registration application, which will be mailed to you.
The form will then be processed, which means it can take up to three weeks to process.
You also must update your address on your voter register if you changed it while you were away from the state.
If you do not do this, the DMV will mail you a letter informing you that you will need a new address.
If the DMV issues a notice of refusal, you will have to fill it out again, which could take two to three months.
The DMV will then mail you your voter information.
To be eligible to vote, you must be either: 18 or older If you were registered to be a full-time student at an accredited college or university in Michigan, you can register to be an absentee ballot voter if you: are currently a student or have enrolled in a course of study, program or course that requires you to complete an active course or internship while enrolled in the college or University.