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Welcome

Address:
8156 4 Mile Road
East Leroy, MI 49051

Office: 269-979-9421

Office Hours:
Tue-Wed-Thur 9:00am - 4:30pm 


Contacts

Supervisor: Laveta Hardish
Clerk:
Brenda Schuetz
Treasurer:
Mark Christoff
Trustee:
Mike VanHouten
Trustee:
Jon Bolton


Assessor:
Joyce Foondle
Building Department:
Nicole Hardish
Fire Department:
Fire Department
Information:
Information
Zoning Administrator: Rob Behnke

Community Building Rental
Call Office: 269-979-9421


Useful Links


Below is a listing of useful links commonly requested by residents

Michigan Express SOS


US Census Bureau

Election Dates and Results

Calhoun County Recycling Service

More useful links


Map


Census Data

Click Here to view 2010 Census Data
 
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A message from the Calhoun County Municipal Clerks Association
Re: Absentee Voter Applications for Aug/Nov

Under the direction of the Michigan Bureau of Elections, Absentee Voter Applications were mailed to all registered voters throughout the State.   This decision was made with an abundance of caution so that those voters with health concerns would have an opportunity to request a ballot and vote in their homes if desired.  We believe this will protect the health and well-being of vulnerable voters and election workers, while also ensuring all voters have equal access to their right to vote. 

Absentee voting is an essential part of the election process.  Not only is it easy and convenient for voters who would otherwise have a difficult time voting, it also alleviates the lines at the polling locations. 

Please understand there is no obligation to complete and submit the AV application if you prefer to vote in person at your local polling location.  It is expected that all Calhoun County precincts will be open for the August 3rd Primary Election and the November 4th General Election. 

If you would like to vote an absentee ballot, simply complete the AV application form and return it to your local Clerk’s office or via mail and a ballot will be mailed to you once they are available. 

If you have not received an AV application by Friday, June 26th, and wish to apply for an absentee ballot, please contact your local Clerk.  Please understand there may be delays in receiving the mailed applications as the United States Postal Service will be delivering these forms to all registered voters in the State of Michigan. 

We would like to ask all residents to return any mail they receive for a person who no longer lives at their address, to simply write “Return to Sender – No Longer Resides at this Address” on the envelope and place it back in the mail.  This assists the local clerks to update the address and status of all registered voters.   (We aren’t told, we don’t know>)


WHAT’S ON YOUR BALLOT?

Be careful not to vote for more candidates than allowed for each office.
For this Presidential Primary you can only vote for one party!
If you make a mistake on your absentee ballot, contact your clerk who will spoil your original ballot and issue a new ballot.
If you make a mistake on your ballot at the precinct on Election Day, inform an election inspector who will spoil your original ballot and issue a new ballot for you to vote.

Click here to See Sample Ballot

ABSENTEE BALLOTS ARE NOW AVAILABLE AT YOUR LOCAL CLERKS OFFICE

Voters who have requested an absent voter ballot should watch for their ballot to arrive in the mail soon!  If you would like to vote absentee, please fill out the application from the link below or stop in at the Township office, and return it to the Clerk.

Absentee Voter Ballot Application

BE CERTAIN YOU ARE REGISTERED TO VOTE AT YOUR CURRENT RESIDENCE

Refer to the attached Registering to Vote file if you’re not certain you are registered, if your address changed, for eligibility for registering to vote, learning how to register, and special registration for those in the military and living overseas.

Click here for more information

Voter Registration Application

EVER CONSIDER BECOMING AN ELECTION INSPECTOR?

If you have ever wondered how to become more active in government, here is an opportunity for you that does not involve running for elected office …. Precinct Inspectors are those who are paid to assist voters at the polls on Election Day.  Why not consider helping your community and becoming more politically active by becoming a precinct inspector?

Click here for more information

Rights for Michigan Voters

May 5, 2020 Notice of Election

May 5, 2020 Notice of Registration