Making Democracy Work

Voter Information and programs

upcoming League programs; Vote 411

January 2017

We will host a community program on Michigan Government Finance on Friday Jan 20 at 11:45 a.m. at the Trailside Senior Center, corner of Dublin and Saginaw roads in Midland. You are invited to come and have lunch or just come to listen to the program on how our state and local finances work. In the past year there has been a growing awareness of the financial stress faced by many local units of government in our state and we will address how this financing plays out in our county. More detailed information will be available as we get closer to the date, so be sure and return to this site.


Welcome to Vote411, a comprehensive source of election information, developed by the League of Women Voters Education Fund (LWVEF).

Nonpartisan information on candidates and ballot proposals for the 2014 local and general elections

State-specific voter registration requirements, election dates, and local polling addresses are also available on the site. You can also print out a Voter Registration application from the site.

To find your information, select Michigan as the state on the tab titled "On Your Ballot," and click on "GO." Enter the street, city and zip code in the "Personalized Ballot" box then follow the cues.