The 2020 census has been completed and boundary lines are being redrawn for federal, state, county, and local jurisdiction precinct boundaries. Boundaries are redrawn in Michigan based on population from the 2020 census information collected. Now that the redistricting process is nearing the final stage, new voter identification cards will be mailed to all registered voters within Delta Township. It is expected the new voter identification cards will be mailed in late spring of 2022 and will reflect the new precinct polling location. These new precincts will be in effect for the August 2, 2022, Primary Election.
Picture ID Requirement when voting in Michigan
Michigan voters who vote at the polls and absent voter ballot in person must comply with the requirement of showing picture identification. The most common sources of picture identification are your driver’s license or a state ID card. The following forms of picture identification may also be used as long as they are current: • Federal or state government-issued photo identification • Driver’s license or state identification card from any state. • U.S. passport • Military ID card with photo • Student ID card with photo from high school or an accredited institution of higher education • Tribal ID card with photo.
Voters without picture identification: Michigan election law anticipates that not all voters will have picture identification. Voters who do not bring picture identification to the polls or do not possess picture identification can vote like any other voters by signing an affidavit of a voter not in possession of identification.
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