Here’s where you can find ballot drop boxes in Ann Arbor
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – As part of the City of Ann Arbor’s efforts to prepare for a high volume of ballot returns for the presidential election on Nov. 3, additional ballot boxes have been placed around the city. In addition to the Larcom City Hall box, six new boxes can be found around Ann Arbor where city voters can return their ballots. Outside, by the Eisenhower entrance of Ann Arbor Fire Station 6, 1881 Briarwood Circle . In addition to City Hall, there are now 6 new City of Ann Arbor ballot drop boxes installed, securely, throughout the city. Voters with questions about voting in Ann Arbor should visit www.a2gov.org/electionsRelated:A look inside the Ann Arbor City Clerk’s U-M Museum of Art satellite officeAnn Arbor City Clerk’s Office extends hours in October
A look inside the Ann Arbor City Clerk’s U-M Museum of Art satellite office
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – University of Michigan students, faculty and staff and Ann Arbor residents can now register to vote or cast early in-person absentee ballots at an Ann Arbor City Clerk satellite office right in the heart of the University of Michigan Museum of Art. Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson visited Ann Arbor City Clerk's satellite office in the University of Michigan Museum of Art on Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2020 (Sarah M. Parlette / WDIV)The UMMA space is the state’s first-ever satellite city clerk’s office on a university campus. (Sarah M. Parlette / WDIV)A look at the new Ann Arbor City Council satellite office in the UMMA. (Sarah M. Parlette / WDIV)A look at the new Ann Arbor City Council satellite office in the UMMA. The satellite office is located in UMMA’s first floor Stenn Gallery at 525 S. State St.Related: Ann Arbor City Clerk to open satellite office at U-M Museum of Art
Ann Arbor City Clerk to open satellite office at U-M Museum of Art
ANN ARBOR – The city of Ann Arbor has established a satellite office for the upcoming general election in a gallery space at the University of Michigan Museum of Art. Starting Sept. 24., U-M students, faculty and staff can register to vote and cast early in-person absentee ballots at UMMA. “This was a natural fit," Ann Arbor City Clerk Jacqueline Beaudry said in a statement. In the 2016 presidential election and the 2018 midterms, 44 percent and 41 percent of U-M students voted, respectively. Members of the public are asked to visit the Ann Arbor City Clerk’s Office at 301 E. Huron St.
What you need to know about Ann Arbor’s Aug. 4 Primary
ANN ARBOR – The Aug. 4 primary is coming up so we’ve compiled a list of what you need to know. All city polling places will open at 7 a.m. and will close at 8 p.m. From 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Aug.1 the Ann Arbor City Clerk's Office will be open for in-person voter registration and absentee ballot requests. Related: Voting by mail in Aug. 4 Michigan Primary Election: What to knowPolling placesHere are the various polling places according to the City of Ann Arbor voting website. Related:Aug. 4 primary: Who’s running in Ann Arbor, Washtenaw CountyHere’s what your ballot will look like for the 2020 Michigan Primary Election on Aug. 4