Military Voting Rights and More from Michigan SOS

Good Day from Vote Voiced. Vote Voiced is dedicated to keeping Michigan Voters informed and excited about Voting. Following is information to keep all Michigan Voters up-to-date and ready to Vote.

Those serving overseas should be able to participate fully in our democracy without significant barriers or obstacles. Special services are currently provided to assist military voters' participation in elections. New efforts are underway to make voting even easier for those who serve our country.

Register to vote at or you can register by downloading and completing the Federal Post Card Application (FPCA) from the Federal Voting Assistance Program at Check the status of your voter registration at

Request an absentee ballot be sent to you by email, fax, or regular mail. Download the FPCA from Fill it out and check the box to indicate how you want to receive your ballot. Submit the FPCA to your local clerk by postal mail, fax, or email. Visit to check the status of your requested ballot and view your ballot ahead of time. Return your ballot by regular mail so it's received by Election Day.

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Thank you for your time and for supporting Vote Voiced. All information comes from the Michigan Department of State.

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