Welcome to the Election page for the City of Harper Woods.
Please feel free to e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 313-343-2510 with any questions. Candidates and election consultants, please contact the City Clerk's Offices for voter list/history or other informational items.
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2018 Election Dates/Information
November 6, 2018 - General Election
* Election Results
* Election Notice
* Close of Registration Notice
* Public Accuracy Notice
* Sample Ballot
What Every Voter Should Know
* Where do I vote?
How do I obtain an Absentee Ballot?
Any registered voter who cannot go to the polls because of a physical disability, due to an absence from the City or by reason of being 60 years of age or more, may obtain an Absentee Ballot. You may apply in person or by mail - as early as 75 days in advance and up to 2:00 pm the Saturday proceeding the election. Note: A written request for an Absentee Ballot must include your signature.
Absentee Ballot Application - click here
Track Your Absentee Ballot
Is there a Permanent Absentee Ballot List?
Yes. if you are over the age of 60 and would like an Absentee Ballot application mailed to you, please call (313) 885-5800. A voter who is over 60 must request that their name be placed on the permanent list; which allows an application to be mailed to you prior to each election.
How do I register to Vote in the City of Harper Woods?
Register in person during regular business hours at the City Clerk's Office or register at your local Secretary of State. The 30th day preceding the election is the deadline for registering to vote. Remember! If you move, even within Harper Woods, you must re-register. A name change also requires re-registration.
You can verify your voter registration status at the State of Michigan website at: www.michigan.gov/sos or at the City Clerk's Office.
Because I registered to vote by mail and have not voted in Michigan before, I must vote in person. Is there a way I can vote absentee?
Under Michigan law, if you register to vote by mail, you must appear in person to vote in the first election in which you wish to participate (this provision does not apply if you are 60 years old, disabled, or an overseas voter.)
* Absent Voter Ballot Request
* Affidavit for Absent Voters for voters who did not receive their ballot or have lost their ballot
* Precinct Worker Application (Election Inspector) What is this?
* Purchase Voter Information/Lists/Labels/AV Info/Election History
* Voter Registration Form
* City Council election results:
* Harper Woods School Board Election Results:
* Primary Election results - even years only
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* General Election results - even years only
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* Demographic Information by Age/Gender by Election: (even yrs only)
* Primary Elections - State and Federal Elections -
* General Elections - State and Federal Elections -
* Voter Turnout by Precinct:
* Primary Elections 1984 - 2014
* General Elections 1984 - 2014