If you are unsure whether you are registered to vote in Pittsfield Township, you may confirm your registration at the Michigan Voter Information Center site. After you enter your name and other information, the site will display your current registration file, including voting location, and other election related information. You may also contact the Pittsfield Township Clerk's Office at 734.822.3120 or toll-free at 833.255.4121 for additional information or clarification.
With the passage of Proposal 3, residents may now register to vote by mail or online up to 15 days prior to the election in which they wish to vote, or they may come to the office to register in person beginning 14 days prior to the election up to 8:00 p.m. on Election Day. If registering in person within the 14 days leading up to the election, residents must provide proof of residency.
You must be:
- A resident of Michigan
- A resident of the city or township where you are applying to register to vote
- At least 18 years old by the next election
- A U.S. citizen
How to Register to Vote
To register to vote in person, complete a Voter Registration Application at any of the following locations:
- Pittsfield Township Clerk's Office
Monday through Friday
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (excluding holidays)
- Secretary of State Branch Office (where you can also apply for a MI Driver's License)
- Online via the Michigan Voter Information Center - www.michigan.gov/voterregistration
To use this convenient website, visitors must currently have a Michigan Driver's License or Personal Identification Card.
- The Washtenaw County Clerk's Office
200 N. Main St., Suite 120
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Confirming Your Registration
You can check your voter registration status on the web. After you have registered to vote at either a Secretary of State office, online, or the Clerk's Office, a voter ID card will be mailed to your registered address. This voter ID card serves as a voter's reference guide in regard to your voting precinct, the location in which you would vote at, school district, and other helpful information. Should you not receive your voter ID card in the mail, contact the Clerk's Office and request that another one be sent.
Updating Your Name and Address
If you have moved to a different address, changed your name, or need to make any corrections to your registration file, you can update your voter registration online, in person, or by mailing the Clerk's Office an updated Voter Registration Application.
Michigan law requires that you use the same name and address for both your driver's license and your voter registration, so if you change one, the data in the system will automatically change the other. You may update your voter registration by mail or at any of the locations listed above.