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ELECTION VOTING INFORMATION: 

THE CITY OF DEWITT DOES NOT HAVE AN ELECTION TODAY

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2017

     LOOK AT         

THE CITY PRECINCT MAP

           FOR YOUR LOCATION
          

To Vote Prior To The Election

State Law requires the Clerk's Office to be open 8:00 am to 2:00 pm on the Saturday prior to an election.

To Vote, simply appear at your assigned polling place on election day. The polls are open from 7:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m.

Polling Locations:

PRECINCT #1 (City Hall, 414 E. Main Street) Voters living north of the Looking Glass River INCLUDING that portion of the City which lies east of South Bridge/South DeWitt Road to the southern most City boundary.

PRECINCT #2 (Fire Station, 911 W. Main Street) Voter living on the south side of the Looking Glass River EXCLUDING that portion of the City which lies east of South Bridge/South DeWitt Road to the southern most City boundary.

  • View helpful voting information on the State of Michigan’s Secretary of State web site. 

Voting Access for the Disabled:

Under the requirements of the Help America Vote Act (HAVA), each polling location must have at least one voting unit designed to accommodate the needs of disabled voters by the 2006 election cycle. After an extensive evaluation process, the State of Michigan has selected the ES&S AutoMARK as its state-wide system. It is a ballot-marking device that allows voters with a variety of disabilities to vote using the same optical scan ballot and the same tabulator as other voters in the same precinct. These new voting machines will be available for use beginning with the August 2006 Primary election

Voting Equipment Testing

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Voting Equipment:

Beginning with the 2006 election cycle, a state-wide optical scan voting system was implemented. After considering the various optical scan systems, Clinton County polling places will be using the Sequoia Voting Systems Optech Insight. Voters will notice very little difference between the old and new Optech machines

 

POLITICAL SIGN REQUIREMENTS

DISTRICTS PERMITTED: O, LC,PQ, R-1, R-2, R-3, MF & MHP

MAX. HEIGHT: 6 FEET

MAX SIZE (in square feet): 6 FEET

PERMIT REQUIRED: NO

The sign is to be setback a minimum of 15ft. from the street pavement or rear lot line. If sign is related to a specific election or political event, the sign is to be removed by 10 days following the election or event.