Everything you need to know about how to vote in Michigan | Start Classified

Michigan’s Nov. 8 general election is less than five weeks away and some residents are already casting absentee ballots by mail or in the offices of municipal clerks.

Registering to vote in Michigan typically takes only a few minutes, but for those with questions, resources are available.

Here’s everything you need to know to vote in Michigan:

How to register to vote in Michigan

To vote in Michigan, you must be a US citizen who lives in Michigan. You must be at least 18 years old and have lived in your town or city for at least 30 days before voting. People currently serving in jail or prison are not eligible to register to vote.

People who are at least 17.5 years old and who will turn 18 by election day are eligible to register as long as they swear they won’t vote before turning 18.

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