Be a Voter!
Register to Vote/Request an Absentee Ballot/Find your Polling Place
- Michigan Voter Information Center
- Are you already registered?
- Where is your designated polling place?
- Register in person at your local SOS office or local clerk's office
- Register by Mail
- Can’t make it to the polls on Election Day? Fill out this form. Avoid mail delays and use the drop boxes at City Hall or Township Hall to return absentee ballots by 8 pm on Election Day.
- Check the status of your absentee ballot here.
List of candidates has been compiled to the best of our ability. If a candidate’s name or official site is not listed, please contact our webmaster to request a candidate be added upon review. Candidates are listed in alphabetical order
*Indicates incumbent candidate
Ballotpedia.org – An encyclopedia of American politics that delivers unbiased information to educate and inspire American voters.
Project Vote Smart – A nonprofit, nonpartisan research organization that collects and distributes information on candidates for public office.
Vote411.org – One-stop shop for everything to be an informed voter, from checking registration to candidate information.
Office of the City of Northville Clerk - Official website for elections in the city of Northville
Office of the Northville Township Clerk - Official website for elections in Northville Township
Office of Oakland County Clerk – Official website for elections in Oakland County
Office of Wayne County Clerk – Official website for elections in Wayne County
State of Michigan Election Information – Secretary of State website, quick and easy way to find candidate filings, general election information, and to verify if you are registered to vote in Michigan.
Federal Voting Assistance Program - Federal voting assistance for service members, their families, and overseas citizens. Provides access to election officials and voting assistance officers to help navigate the absentee voting process.
Presidential Election Process - Learn about the Presidential election process, including the Electoral College, caucuses and primaries, and the national conventions. The Federal Government has developed a glossary of common terms used during election seasons. Perfect for new voters.
Annenberg Political Fact Check - Designed to help voters by “monitoring the factual accuracy of what is said by major U.S. political players in the form of TV ads, debates, speeches, interviews, and news releases.” Updated even when it is not election season. Includes information on special interest groups behind television ads.
Center for Public Integrity - A well-documented investigative journalism organization and winner of the Pulitzer Prize in 2014 & 2017.
Politifact - A fact-checking website founded by editors of Time Magazine and in conjunction with Congressional Quarterly.
BallotReady – A nonpartisan site that allows you to build your ballot by diving into every candidate and referendum on your ballot including candidate’s backgrounds, stances on issues, and experience.
BestColleges.com Student Voting Guide – A nonpartisan guide designed for college students. Includes a bipartisan key issues guide and voter registration information for each state.
League of Women Voters – A nonpartisan organization that encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.
ProCon.org – Pros and Cons of Current Issues – Feeling overwhelmed by all the issues being debated during the 2020 Presidential Election? Start here! ProCon.org is a nonprofit nonpartisan public charity that use professional researchers and rigorous editorial standards.
TurboVote – A tool that makes voting easy by sending text or email messages verifying voter registration status, reminders about important election deadlines, and polling place location. Developed by the nonpartisan group Democracy Works.
This page is compiled and maintained by librarians at the Northville District Library.
Links to political parties and/or campaign websites are for informational purposes only and do not in any way constitute an endorsement.