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November 7, 2017 Election Day Information
|Polling Hours||The polls are open from 7am to 8pm. You must be in line by 8pm in order to vote.|
Precinct 1: Northville Community Center
303 W. Main Street
(Wayne County residents)
Precinct 2: Amerman Elementary School
847 N. Center Street
(Oakland County residents)
|Not sure if you are registered to vote?||Click here to determine if you are registered voter in the City of Northville, Northville Township, or the City of Novi, and where you should vote on Election Day.|
|Not sure where you Vote?||Visit the Michigan Voter Information Center to determine if you are registered to vote and where your precinct is located.|
|Photo Identification Requirement in Effect!||Bring your
photo I.D. (i.e. driver’s license) or be prepared to complete an
affidavit that you are not in possession of your photo I.D. A
ballot will not be issued unless you provide sufficient photo
identification or complete the affidavit.
Click here for more information on the State of Michigan’s Voter Picture Identification Requirement.
|Voting Equipment Used on Election Day||New voting equipment coming! Check back for more information as it becomes available.|
|Electronic Poll Book||The City of Northville, like several other municipalities across the State of Michigan, uses the Electronic Poll Book (E-Poll Book) to process voters. Click here to read more about the E-Poll Book.|
|Election Day Tips||
Visit the Michigan Voter Information Center to determine if
you are registered to vote and where your precinct is located.
Going to the wrong precinct will cause you delays on Election
Review the ballot before Election Day. Click here for a Sample Ballot (when available). You may bring this with you on Election Day.
Remember to bring your photo I.D. (i.e. driver’s license) or be prepared to complete an affidavit that you are not in possession of your photo I.D. A ballot will not be issued unless you provide sufficient photo identification or complete the affidavit.
Allow sufficient time for voting. Avoid the busiest times of 7am to 9am, 12pm (noon) to 2pm, and 6pm to 8pm. If you must vote during peak times, please be patient.
Precinct inspectors have a great deal of responsibility in issuing ballots and recording information. Accuracy is the goal. Each Election Inspector is doing their best to make sure that your voting experience is handled efficiently and with integrity. Your patience is appreciated!
When completing the Application to Vote, clearly and legibly print your name and date of birth and sign the application. Inform the inspector of any name change, address changes, or hyphenated names.