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ATTENTION – On Tuesday, March 8, 2016, a Presidential Primary Election will be held for the purpose of voting for candidates seeking nomination for the office of President of the United States. There are no other offices or proposals on the ballot for Brighton Township voters.
Please note: This is a closed Primary, which means that voters must select either a Republican Party or Democratic Party ballot type in order to receive a ballot. By law, this selection must be in writing; therefore voters will be required to select their ballot type on the application to vote at their precinct or on their application for an absent voter ballot.
If a voter is submitting an application for an absent voter ballot and does not request a ballot type, ballot delivery will be delayed until that information is obtained in writing. Eligible electors who wish to obtain an absent voter ballot for this Election may download an application or contact the Clerk's Office at 810.229.0560. Absent voter applications will automatically be mailed out to those voters who have requested to be on the permanent absent voter list.
The Clerk's Office is responsible for maintaining all records of the township. Since the township records are maintained in the Clerk's office all Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA) requests should be addressed to the Clerk.
The Clerk is also responsible for conducting all elections within the township. (For Livingston County election results click here.) This includes voting at the National, State, County and Township levels and includes elections for local school districts, libraries and special elections. In this function the Clerk is responsible for Voter Registration and maintaining the list of registered voters. Additionally, Absentee Ballots are requested from the Clerk.
The Clerk is responsible for coordinating the scheduling of all functions at the township hall. Besides the various Township Board, Commission, and Committee meetings, the Clerk can schedule meetings for homeowner, civic and other non-profit groups.
The Michigan Voter Information Center is a great resource and provides an assortment of information related to voter registration and election administration in Michigan.
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You can contact the Clerk department by phone at 810.229.0560.