The League of Women Voters of Michigan, Marquette County Member-at-Large State Unit urges voters to learn about the ballot issues and the candidates running for the Marquette City Commission in the August election. You can visit the League of Women Voters' on-line voting guide at VOTE411.org to see the language of the proposals that will appear on the August 6 ballot in your jurisdiction, and to read biographical information about the Marquette City Commission candidates, along with their responses to questions posed to them by the League. You may go to mi.gov/vote to see a sample ballot. To meet and to learn more about the candidates running for the Marquette City Commission attend the League of Women Voters' Candidate Forum on Wednesday, July 17, from 6:30 to 8:30 in the Commission Chambers.
If you are not registered to vote you can register to vote at your local clerk's office, the office of the County Clerk or a Secretary of State branch office. The last day to register to vote in any manner other than in-person with your local clerk is Monday, July 22, 2019. After that date you can register in person with your local clerk with proof of residency and proof of identity.
The League wants to remind voters that you can now choose to cast an absentee ballot without giving a reason. Last fall, Michigan voters approved extended voting registration deadlines and "no-reason" absentee voting as a part of a ballot initiative. If you are worried that you won't be able to make it to the polls on August 6th to vote, voting absentee is an option for you. Requests for absentee ballots can be submitted in writing to your local city or township clerk. A Michigan Voter Registration Application and an Absent Voter Ballot Application can be found on the Secretary of State website at mi.gov/vote. For more information about the League of Women Voters in Marquette visit us on Facebook.
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The League of Women Voters of Delta County would like to direct voters to a free, non-partisan voter resource, VOTE411.org. This resource was created to provide a personalized voting guide that includes up-to-date information the voter needs to cast his/her ballot.
The LWVDC urges voters in Delta County to prepare for the upcoming May 7 election by visiting VOTE411.org to read the proposals that will be on the ballot for the Delta County Law Enforcement Millage, the Delta County 911 Millage Renewal, the Bark River Township Millage and the Big Bay de Noc School District Operating Millage Renewal. Vote411.org also helps voters find their polling place, check voting hours, and read tips about voting in Michigan.
In addition, the LWVDC encourages voters to view the League face book page: http://www.facebook.com/DeltaCountyLeagueofWomenVoters/. Or, the League maintains a website at http.//lwvdeltacounty.org/. These pages are updated with the League's current activities and voting information.
The League of Women Voters is a non-partisan political organization that has worked since the early year of the last century to encourage informed and active participation in government. The organization works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influence public policy through education and advocacy. The League never supports or opposes candidates or political parties. If you have an interest in government and voter education, please join us. New members are always welcome. Contact Ann at 786-3058 or Sue at 786-9261 or email@example.com.