You may register to vote at a local Secretary of State office, the Saginaw Township Clerk's office, or by clicking on the printable voter registration application.
You are qualified to vote if:
- You are a Citizen of the US
- You are at least 18 years of age on or before the next scheduled election
- You have been a resident of Michigan for at least 30 days before the election
- You registered at least 15 days prior to the election; or on Election Day
Voter Registration within the 14-day period
If you were not registered 15 days prior to the election and want to register to vote and receive a Regular Ballot you must:
- Appear in person at the Clerk's Office
- Provide a Michigan Driver's License with current address
If no above documentation you may register to vote and receive a Challenged Ballot using one of the options below:
- Provide a Michigan Driver's License without current address & other Residency Verification; or
- Provide other picture ID and Residency Verification; or
- No picture ID (Affidavit Required) with Residency Verification
Documents that may be accepted for Residency Verfication (items must include your name & address):
- Current utility bill
- Bank statement
- Government check
- Other government document
If no Residency Verification you may register, but are ineligible to vote in the Election
Are you registered? Where do you vote? Click on the link: Michigan Voter Information Center
You may view your precinct by clicking on the Precinct Map.
Did You Change Your Address?
You may change your address within Saginaw Charter Township by filling out a new voter registration form at any Secretary of State agency, on the website above, at the Saginaw Township Clerk's office, or by sending in your old ID card with the new address in Saginaw Township printed on the back.
Lose Your Registration Voter Card?
A new card may be obtained from the Saginaw Township Clerk's office or call (989) 791-9830 and we will mail you one. Office hours are Monday thru Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Saginaw Township Political Sign Regulations:
- Political signs may only be placed with the property owner's permission.
- Political signs are allowed on occupied (improved) parcels only. Therefore, no political signs are permitted on vacant or unoccupied lots.
- Political signs cannot exceed sixteen (16') square feet in size.
- Only one sign per candidate or issue is allowed per occupied lot except that two (2) signs are allowed on a corner lot.
- Political signs shall not be placed closer than ten (10') feet from the edge of public roads for safety purposes.
- Political Sign Guidelines