Save time at the polls with Ann Arbor’s Election Day Line Tracker
ANN ARBOR – Did you know that you can check the status of the line at your precinct? With Ann Arbor’s Election Day Line Tracker, you can search for your precinct and see how long the wait is before you head out the door. The line tracker will show how many people are in line and give you an estimated wait time. Another cool feature? When you search for a precinct, the feature will pull up a picture of the polling place building and a link to directions on Google Maps so you can be sure you’re going to the right place.
Share your ‘I Voted’ selfies with us, Ann Arbor!
ANN ARBOR – Election Day is here and we want to see you in your civic glory. Share your ‘I Voted’ selfies with us in the gallery below. Already voted absentee? Have a picture returning your ballot at the City Clerk’s Office or an official drop box? Enter your photos below:
Washtenaw County community leaders issue joint statement on election safety, integrity
ANN ARBOR – Leaders in Washtenaw County issued a joint statement on Friday morning expressing concern over safety as voters drop off their ballots and head to the polls on Tuesday. The contentious environment surrounding the election and its aftermath, as well as feedback from community leaders, has the group worried about what voters might experience this election. The statement was issued by the Ann Arbor, Chelsea, Milan, Northfield, Saline, Ypsilanti, Eastern Michigan University and University of Michigan police departments, the Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office, Washtenaw County, Michigan State Police and Rep. Debbie Dingell. "To that end, please note the following;• Washtenaw County Clerk, Larry Kestenbaum has consulted with all of the local election officials to ensure voting integrity. • Local law enforcement leaders in consultation with the municipal and township elected/appointed leaders have developed strategies that support post-election community safety.