UPCOMING 2024 ELECTIONS:
The upcoming election in the City of Fremont will be on Tuesday, February 27, 2024.
Polls open from 7 am until 8 pm on Election Day!
Early In-Person Voting will begin on Saturday, February 17, 2024 through February 25, 2024, 7am to 3 pm at the Newaygo County Administration Building.
Click on one of of the links to view the ballots for the upcoming election
Voters are welcome to register up to and including the day of the election.
Early In-Person Voting Site
In 2022, Proposal 22-2 was passed by Michigan voters, and it amended the Michigan Constitution to add several provisions regarding elections, including nine days of early in-person voting at all federal and state elections that will be put into effect beginning with the 2024 elections in the City of Fremont.
What is Early In-Person Voting?
Early in-person voting allows the registered voter to cast their ballot in-person at an early voting site before the scheduled Election Day. Such a ballot that is cast during early in-person voting is inserted into the tabulator by the voter and therefore tabulated that day.
How is Early Voting Different from Absentee Voting?
Absentee voting, also referred to as mail-in voting, is a method that allows the registered voter to receive and submit their ballot by mail or in-person at their local Clerk’s Office. Absentee Ballots are tabulated on election day. As of 2018, all registered voters in Michigan may request an absentee ballot without providing a reason.
HOW DO I TRACK THE STATUS OF MY ABSENTEE BALLOT?
REGISTERING TO VOTE
You will need to be:
- At least 18 years old by the date of the next election
- A citizen of the United States
- A resident of Michigan
- A resident of the city 30 days prior to the election
- The last day to register in any manner other than in person with the local clerk is Monday, October 23, 2023.
- If registering to vote more than 15 days before the election, you may register at any SOS Branch Office or the Clerk's Office
- If registering to vote less than 15 days before the election up to and including election day, you may register to vote, in person, at the Clerk's Office; and if wanting to vote at the current election, ideally, bring your State of Michigan Photo ID with your current address with you, or alternatively, you may bring a current utility bill, bank statement, paycheck, government check or other government documents that show your current address. If you come to register to vote and don't have any of these items, you won't be allowed to vote in the upcoming election but will in future elections.
- All Secretary of State Offices
- The Clerk's office in City Hall
- Military Recruitment Centers
- Complete the online form and mail it to your local Clerk's office
Interested in being an Election Inspector?
Click the link to register to vote ONLINE.
For more information, please reference the Michigan Secretary of State website.