Office Hours: Sat. and Sun. before the election: 8am -Noon and Mon. before the election: 9am-4pm
Nine Day Early Voting Site for State and Federal elections only.
Nine Day Early Voting Location: 1042 N. Shiawassee St., Corunna MI (in the county owned building that houses the Shiawassee County Veterans Center). ****VOTING ENTRANCE IN THE BACK OF BUILDING****
Nine Day Early Voting Hours: First Sat/Sun/Mon/Tues (Days 1-4) 9:00am – 5:00pm; Wed (Day 5) 10:00am – 6:00pm; Thurs/Fri/Final Sat/Sun (Days 6-9) 9:00am – 5:00pm
The canvass of the Early Voting will be conducted on February 27, 2024 on or after 8pm at the Sgt. Clay W. Reeves Veterans Center (entrance is located in the back of the building), 1042 N. Shiawassee St., Corunna, MI 48817- the totals will be available to those who are present.
Perry Township has two precincts. Election day precincts are located at the Perry Township Hall 2770 W. Ellsworth Rd, Perry MI 48872. M-52 is the precinct line. Precinct 1 is located WEST of M-52 and Precinct 2 is located EAST of M-52. See the Precinct Map below.
To view the Election Precinct Map, click here.
We are always looking for qualified Election Inspectors. If you are interested in becoming an Election Inspector, please contact the Township Clerk and fill out the Election Inspector Application below.
Michigan law requires that ALL voters show a picture ID. Even if election workers recognize the voter, ID is required. If the voter has no ID, or forgot to bring it to the polls, the voter must sign an affidavit stating that they are not in possession of identification on their application to vote. The voter then proceeds as normal to cast their vote.
Acceptable forms of photo ID are:
Election Information – An online source for one-stop election information. Access information on your voter registration status, absentee voting, polling place, and voting equipment. You may also view your sample ballot and track your absentee ballot from this site.
Federal Postcard Application – Federal Postcard applications are available for Uniformed Service Members and their families.
Help America Vote Act (HAVA) – Information regarding the Help America Vote Act and the Secretary of State’s State Plan Advisory Committee.
Citizen’s Guide to Voting Systems – A step by step video demonstration on how to use the polling equipment in your area. Perry Township uses Dominion voting equipment.
All about safety: Temporary Campaign Signs must be placed properly in the Right-of-Way
The placement of temporary wire campaign signs and large temporary sign supported more permanently in the ground within the right-of-way (county road right-of-way is typically 33 feet from the centerline) must not obstruct vision, especially at intersections. Campaign signs that do not meet these criteria will be removed. Candidates are responsible for obtaining approval from adjacent property owners before placing signs. If the placement of a temporary sign is in the right-of-way and the property owner does not prefer that the sign be placed there, they should be immediately removed. Signs must be removed after the election.
Signs must be placed more than 30 feet from the edge of the roadway (or from the white line along the edge on highways) without barrier-type curbs. On highways that do have barrier curbs, the signs must be more than 3 feet from the back of the curb. Signs are not allowed within clear vision areas at intersections or commercial driveways, or within limited access rights of way. Campaign signs that do not meet these criteria will be removed. Candidates are responsible for obtaining approval from adjacent property owners before placing signs. Signs must be removed within 10 days after the election.