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2020 Election Dates:

March 10, 2020 - Presidential Primary Election
August 4, 2020 - Sate Primary Election
November 3, 2020 - Sate General Election




Michael Bennet Mark Sanford  
Joe Biden Donald J. Trump  
Michael R. Bloomberg Joe Walsh  
Cory Booker Bill Weld  
Pete Buttigieg    
Julian Castro    
John Delaney    
Tulsi Gabbard    
amy Klobuchar    
Bernie Sanders  
Joe Sestak    
Tom Steyer    
Elizabeth Warren    
Marianne Williamson    
Andrew Yang    



Renewal Of Wayne County Art Institute Authority Millage

In 2012 the electors of Wayne County approved a 10-year millage to provide County residents with services from the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) through the Wayne County Art Institute Authority. As a result of the millage, the DIA provides Wayne County residents with free K-12 school field trips including free transportation, free senior group programming with free transportation, and unlimited free general admission. To ensure transparency, the DIA submits to an annual independent audit and posts financial reports online. To continue to provide revenue to the DIA, which will allow these DIA services for the residents of the County to continue, the Art Institute Authority is permitted by law to seek a renewal of the millage at a rate of no more than the current 0.2 mill (20 cents per $1,000 taxable value) on all real and personal property in the County. Revenue from this millage will be disbursed to the Art Institute Authority and then transferred to the DIA as permitted by and for the purposes set forth in Public Act 296 of 2010. It is estimated that if approved and levied, this millage renewal would generate approximately $8,500,000 in 2022.

Do you approve the renewal of the 0.2 mill on all taxable property located within the County for a period of 10 years from 2022 through 2031?

Registering to Vote

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that any qualified elector of Huron Township who is not already registered, may register to vote at the office of the Township Clerk; the office of the County Clerk; a Secretary of State branch office, or other designated state agency.  Registration forms can be obtained at www.michigan.gov/documents/MIVoterRegistration_97046_7.pdfand mailed to the Township Clerk. Voters who are already registered may update their registration at www.michigan.gov/sos/ . The last day to register to vote in the March 10, 2020 Election in any manner other than in-person with the local clerk is February 24, 2020. After this date, anyone who qualifies as an elector may register to vote in person with proof of residency (MCL 168.492) at the Huron Township Clerk’s Office, located at  22950 Huron River Drive, New Boston, MI  48164 at the following times:

  • Regular business hours: Monday – Friday, 7:30 AM – 4:30 PM
  • Saturday, March 7th from 8 AM – 4 PM
  • Election Day, Tuesday, March 10th from 7 AM – 8 PM

Absentee Voting

From the Secretary of State’s Website

Absent voter ballots are available to registered voters for all elections. They provide a convenient method for casting a ballot when a voter is unable to attend the polls on election day.

Who is Eligible for an Absent Voter Ballot

Due to the passage of the statewide ballot proposal 18-3 in November, all eligible and registered voters in Michigan may now request an absent voter ballot without providing a reason.

Check your voter registration at Michigan Voter Information Center Michigan.gov/Vote

Requesting an Absent Voter Ballot

Your request for an absent voter ballot must be in writing and can be submitted to your city or township clerk. You must request an absent voter ballot by mailing the application, large print application, a letter, a postcard, or a pre-printed application form obtained from your local clerk's office. Requests to have an absent voter ballot mailed to you must be received by your clerk no later than 5 p.m. the Friday before the election.

Once your request is received by the local clerk, your signature on the request will be checked against your voter registration record before a ballot is issued. You must be a registered voter to receive an absent voter ballot. Requests for absent voter ballots are processed immediately. Absent voter ballots may be issued to you at your home address or any address outside of your city or township of residence.

After receiving your absent voter ballot, you have until 8 p.m. on election day to complete the ballot and return it to the clerk's office. Your ballot will not be counted unless your signature is on the return envelope and matches your signature on file. If you received assistance voting the ballot, then the signature of the person who helped you must also be on the return envelope. Only you, a family member or person residing in your household, a mail carrier, or election official is authorized to deliver your signed absent voter ballot to your clerk's office.

If an emergency, such as a sudden illness or family death prevents you from reaching the polls on election day, you may request an emergency absent voter ballot. Requests for an emergency ballot must be submitted after the deadline for regular absent voter ballots has passed but before 4 p.m. on election day. The emergency must have occurred at a time which made it impossible for you to apply for a regular absent voter ballot. Please contact your local clerk for more information about emergency absent voter ballots.

Have you considered becoming an Election Inspector?

During an election, we require a staff of paid workers to work at the polls.

Election Inspectors are people who are paid to assist voters at the polls on Election Day.

Registered voters interested in serving as election inspectors must submit an Election Inspector application. In addition to their name, address and date of birth, applicants must include their political party preference and qualifications to fill the position such as education or experience.

A Election Inspector must be a registered voter of the State.

They cannot be a challenger, candidate, member of a candidate's immediate family, or a member of the local Board of Canvassers. Anyone convicted of a felony or an election crime may not serve.

Submit the Election Inspector Application to the Township Clerk. 

The Township Clerk will be able to answer any questions you have regarding becoming and/or being a Election Inspector.


Precinct and Voting Locations:

Precinct Number

Polling Location 

 Precinct 01

Miller Elementary School
18955 Hannan Road
New Boston, MI 48164-9521

 Precinct 02

Krzyske Senior Center
28245 Mineral Springs Road
New Boston, MI 48164-9642

 Precinct 03

Kirby Church
2773 Will Carleton Road
Flat Rock, MI 48134-9717

 Precinct 04

Huron High School
32044 Huron River Drive
New Boston, MI 48164-9733

 Precinct 05

Huron High School
32044 Huron River Drive
New Boston, MI 48164-9733

 Precinct 06

Summitt High School
18601 Middlebelt Road
Romulus, MI 48174-9290

 Precinct Map:  Click here

Election Results Below:

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