Voter ID Law
Being a Candidate
Discover more information from the Secretary of State's website regarding being a candidate.
Becoming an Election Worker
Election Inspector Application Form (PDF)
Where Do I Vote?
- Redford Township Voting Locations (PDF)
- Redford Township Precinct Map (PDF)
- Michigan Voter Information Center website
Find out if you are registered to vote, get information on your polling location, and see your sample ballot.
Drop off Ballot and AV Application at 15145 Beech Daly Road inside or use the drive-up election box behind Town Hall.
2024 Election AV Application for Ballot will be posted when available.
On Election Day, at the polling precinct, voters should show proof of identity.
Examples of acceptable photo identification (document must be current and valid; listing applies to Federal ID requirement only):
- Driver's license with photo (any state)
- Personal identification card with photo (any state)
- Government-issued photo identification card
- Student identification card with photo
- Credit or automated teller card with photo
- Military identification card with photo
- Employee identification with photo
- Tribal identification with photo
If a voter does not have picture identification, they will need to sign an affidavit at the polling precinct on Election Day prior to voting.
Absentee Voter List Request
Please fill out the Absentee Voter List Request form, if you wish to be added to the Permanent AV List. When there is an election, the application for a ballot will be automatically sent to you. You must return the signed application to receive the ballot. Thank you.
Are you unable to attend the polls or just looking for a more convenient way to vote? Vote Absentee! All registered voters are eligible to vote Absentee. Sign up for our permanent absentee voter list to receive an application for an absentee ballot, by mail, every election. Sign-up is easy, the link can be found on the Home Page of our website. You must return the signed application in order to have an Absentee Ballot sent.
Returning Your Application
You may return your application in person at the Clerk's Office or drop it in the election drop box behind Town Hall. If you choose to mail your application, please remember that you will need to affix postage.
An application can be obtained by:
- Picking up an application in the Clerk's Office at Redford Town Hall, 15145 Beech Daly Road
- Download an application
- Have an application sent by calling the Redford Clerk's Office at 313-387-2752
No one may pick up your ballot, other than you. No one may sign your ballot envelope in the VOTER line, other than you. This includes spouses, members of your family, friends, and Power of Attorney.
Deadline for Applying for Absentee Ballot
- In-Person: The application must be walked in by 4 pm on the Monday preceding the election. Voting on the ballot will occur at this time.
- By Mail: Application must be received on the Friday preceding the election.
Registration by Mail
Michigan law allows voter registration by mail, but those who do must cast the first vote in person. People who have disabilities, live overseas, or are over the age of 60 are exempt.