Detailed Results of Latest Election
The Election Department is responsible for overseeing the printing and
distribution of election ballots and conducting national, state, and county
elections. The canvass of votes in state, county, most school districts, and
some city and township elections is under the jurisdiction of the County Clerk.
Registering To Vote
Register To Vote By Mail or In Person: If you are 18 years of age or more, a
United States citizen, and a Michigan resident you may register to vote:
To find out if you are already registered to vote,
Absent Voter Ballots
- CLICK HERE to download the Absent Voter Ballot Application
- CLICK HERE to track and confirm your absent voter ballot online
Absent voter ballots are available for all elections. You may vote with an
absent voter ballot if:
- You are unable to vote without assistance.
- You are 60 years of age or older.
- You expect to be absent from your city or township on election day.
- You are in jail, awaiting arraignment or trial.
- You have been assigned to work as a precinct inspector in a precinct other than
where you are registered.
- Or you are unable to attend the polls because of religious beliefs.
If any of these situations exist, you can obtain an absent voter ballot by
writing your city or township Clerk. You must state the reason why you need an
absent voter ballot and you must sign the request. A pre-printed absent voter
ballot application form is available from your city or township Clerk upon
If you are temporarily outside the U.S., you can use a Federal Postcard
Application to apply for an absent voter ballot. The FPCA must be signed under
oath unless you, your spouse or your parents are serving in the armed forces or
Send the completed application to your city or township clerk for federal, state
and city/township elections. If you want the ballot mailed, your application
must be received by 2:00 p.m. the Saturday before the election. Make your
request early to allow for delivery time.
A voter eligible to vote by absent voter ballot may also vote in person at your
local clerk's office anytime up to 4:00 p.m. the day before the election. All
absent voter ballots must be received by your local clerk's office not later
than 8:00 p.m. on election day.
A separate absent voter ballot request must be submitted for each election. If
you know before the primary that you will be unable to vote in person at the
general election, you may request absent voter ballots for both elections at the
Emergency Absent Voter Ballots
You may be eligible for an emergency absent voter ballot if a family death or
illness requires you to leave your community on election day, or you are unable
to attend the polls because of personal illness or accident. The emergency must
have occurred late enough that you could not file a regular absent voter ballot
request. Have someone deliver your written request for an emergency absent voter
ballot to the Clerk's Office before 4:00 p.m. on election day. Emergency ballots
must be returned by 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.
For more information, we are now linked to the
Federal Election Commission and the
Michigan Secretary of State.
Forms and Information
St. Clair County Clerk
201 McMorran Blvd. Room 1100
Port Huron, MI 48060
Jay M. DeBoyer, County Clerk
Angie Waters, Chief Deputy