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November 1, 2020 the office will be open 10am to 6pm for absentee ballot pick up or drop off, register to vote, or any of your election needs.

We invite the public to witness the testing of our election equipment.  (Date to be announced)

For questions regarding election dates, registering to vote or to get an absentee ballot for any election, contact Heather Wirwicki, Clerk, at nhtclerk@gmail.com or leave her a message at the Township Hall 989-743-4381, ext. 100.


General Election:  

          November 3, 2020   Presidential Election (link to ballot information coming soon)

Proposals on November Ballot:

REAUTHORIZATION TO CONTINUE 9-1-1 EMERGENCY TELEPHONE AND DISPATCH SERVICES FUNDING 

Shall the County of Shiawassee, Michigan, be authorized to continue the charge for 911 emergency telephone and dispatch services on all landline, wireless, and voice over internet protocol service users located within the geographic boundaries of Shiawassee County, Michigan at a rate not to exceed $2.65 each month to be used exclusively to fund the operation and maintenance of 911 emergency telephone and dispatch services in the County of Shiawassee, Michigan?   

Shall the New Haven Township continue to levy a total of two mill ($2.00 per $1,000.00) on taxable value of property located in the New Haven Township, Shiawassee County for five years beginning with the 2016 tax levy year and running through 2020 tax levy year (inclusive), which will raise in the first year of such levy an estimated revenue of [Dollars $91,500.00] to be used for the specific purpose of Road repairs and maintenance. If approved this would be a renewal of a previously authorized millage.


Please note: 

  • The deadline to register to vote in any manner other than with the township clerk's office is 15 days before the election.
  • Voters may register up through the Election Day in person in the township clerk's office with proof of residency. The township clerk's office will be open the Sunday before the election to register voters and issue/accept absent voter ballots.
  • All registered voters may vote from home. To request an absent voter ballot to vote from home you may use this application, or you may send a signed request in writing to the clerk’s office. Contact the clerk to be added to the Permanent AV (Absentee Voter) list.

USEFUL LINKS:

State of Michigan Voter Info

Voter Registration Online 

Election Info VIDEO

Absentee Voter/Ballot Info

How to Vote Before Election Day by Absentee Ballot VIDEO