Danby Township Hall, 13122 Charlotte Hwy., Sunfield, MI 48890 Danby Township has 1 precinct with 2110 registered voters.
When are the polls open? In Michigan the polls are open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.
VOTING REGISTRATION INFORMATION:
Who may register to vote and what are the requirements? * You must be a United States citizen * At least 18 years of age on or before election day * A resident of Michigan
When can I register to vote? You can register to vote at any time, however, you must be registered at least 30 days before an election in order to vote in that election.
Where can I register to vote? You can register to vote by appearing in person at any Secretary of State branch offices located in Michigan, by contacting your city or township clerk, at any Department of Human Services agency or specified agencies providing this service through DHS, Department of Community Health or Michigan Job Commission that offer registration services to clients.
Do I have to register for each election? No, registration is permanent as long as you continue to live in the city or township where you are registered. As always, if you are unsure whether or not you are registered to vote in Danby Township please callDanby Township Clerk Daniel Platte at 517-994-8086.
May I register to vote by mail? Yes, however, if you have never voted before or have never voted in Michigan and you choose to register by mail, you must vote in person the first time voting in Michigan.
What should I do if I have moved from the resident where I am registered to vote or if my name
has changed since the last election? You should immediately contact the clerk of your city or township of residence to change your name and re-register if you have moved to a new city or township.
ABSENTEE VOTING INFORMATION:
Can I vote by Absentee Ballot? If you are a registered voter, you may vote by absentee ballot if you: * Are 60 years of age or older * Expect to be absent from the community in which you are registered to vote for the entire time the polls are open on election day * Are unable to go to the polls and vote without the assistance of another person * Cannot attend the polls because of your religious beliefs * Have been appointed as an election inspector in a precinct other than the one in which you reside * Are confined in jail or prison awaiting arraignment or trial
How do I receive an Absent Voter Ballot? By writing to the clerk of your city or township in which you are registered to vote. Ballots cannot be supplied through telephone requests. Your written request must include: * Your name * The date of the election * The address where you are registered to vote * The reason why you are requesting an absent voter ballot * The address where you wish to receive your ballot. (This must be your registration address, an address outside of your jurisdiction or registration, a hospital, or some other type of residential institution). * Your signature and the date of your request Blank absent voter ballot applications can be obtained through your city or township clerk. Members of the armed forces and their spouses and dependents, members of the Merchant Marine and their spouses and dependents, and U.S. citizens temporarily living or traveling outside the territorial limits of the United States may use a Federal Post Card Application to obtain an absent voter ballot. U.S. citizens temporarily living or traveling outside of the territorial limits of the United States must sign the Federal Post Card application under oath to obtain an absent voter ballot. Anyone else eligible to use the federal form is not required to sign it under oath to obtain an absent voter ballot.
When must the ballot be returned? Your completed absent voter ballot mst be received by your city or township clerk's office no later than 8:00 p.m. on election day.
Election Day Campaigning:
Is campaigning allowed on election day? Yes, as long as it is done at least 100 feet from any door used by voters to enter or exit the building in which the polls are located.