Voter Information

Congress.org – A nonpartisan news and information web site devoted to encouraging civic participation and citizen advocacy.

International Election Resources – Publicly available election data and other specific electoral information for over 120 countries.

Michigan Voter Guide – from the Michigan Information & Research Service; "Your Video Guide To Michigan Issues."

Michigan Voter Registration Form – A form to print and mail to your County Clerk. Your first vote must be in person with a valid photo ID. After that, you can vote absentee.

Michigan Voter Information – The Secretary of State's site. Find polling places, sample ballots, and your own registration information.

Project Vote Smart, "The Voter's Self-Defense System" – Learn about issues & candidates. Includes both Federal and State level information, including candidate biographies, voting records of officials, and issue positions.

StudentVote.org - The Student PIRG's New Voters Project is a nonpartisan effort to help register young people and get them to the polls on Election Day. We believe the best way to raise the voices of young people and our issues is to register and vote. Together we can make change happen.

Rock the Vote - Rock the Vote is the largest non-profit and non-partisan organization in the United States driving the youth vote to the polls. Fusing pop culture, politics, and technology, Rock the Vote works to mobilize the millennial voting bloc and the youth vote, protect voting rights, and advocate for an electoral process and voting system that works for the 21st century electorate. See more here »

Vote 411.org – Election information and issues statements from the League of Women Voters. Includes state specific information for Michigan.

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