Linda Talsma, Marquette County Clerk

Courthouse Annex
234 W. Baraga Ave.
Marquette, MI  49855
PH:  (906)225-8330  FAX: (906)225-8233          
Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8-5 PM

Ishpeming Service Center
215 W. Hematite Dr.
Ishpeming, MI  49849
PH:  (906)486-6510
Office Hours: Wednesdays 9-5 PM



SOS Rolls Out Automatic Voter Registration,
Online Registration To Come

Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson announced Tuesday that Michigan will begin automatic voter registration, with online voter registration commencing following the November 2019 elections. 

It will become the 18th state in the country to do so. The District of Columbia also has automatic voter registration. 

"Making voter registration automatic for eligible citizens means more Michigan residents will have access to participating in our democracy," Ms. Benson said in prepared remarks. "I look forward to this both strengthening our democracy and ultimately helping transactions move more quickly in branch offices by eliminating extra paperwork." 

Automatic registration was approved in November 2018 when Proposal 3, known as Promote the Vote, passed. In addition to allowing for automatic voter registration, Proposal 3 also allows voters to cast absentee ballots without needing a reason, vote a straight-party ticket and register to vote the same day as an election. 

For automatic registration, Michiganders are enrolled upon obtaining a driver's license or state identification card. Applicants must check an "opt-out" box on the forms if they are not interested in being registered to the system. Only United States citizens are eligible for the program.

The state implemented automatic voter registration for driver's license and personal ID applications both in person and online on September 9. Automatic voter registration for mail-based transactions are anticipated to be added "in the coming months," according to the Department of State. 



The Marquette County Clerk participates in the Michigan Secretary of State Voter Information Center so that you, as a voter, are able to look up information pertinent to you. 
Visit: michigan.gov/vote


To find out if you are registered, where you can vote and to view a sample ballot.
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Unofficial results election results will be posted as soon as they become available, on the home page under News and Announcements and official election results will posted on the Election Results page.


Marquette County Voter Precinct and Polling Location Map