Thornapple Township currently has three precincts for elections. If you are interested in being an election worker, please contact the clerk’s office or e-mail the clerk, email@example.com
Due to the recent election consolidation legislation, elections can now be held four times per year – February, May, August and November. Please consult your local newspaper for important notices related to elections.
If you are interested in working in a precinct on election day, complete the Election Inspector Application and return it to the clerk's office.
Precinct 1: Voters residing West of M-37 are located in Precinct 1 (residing outside the Village of Middleville), voting at the Thornapple Township Emergency Services Building, 128 High Street in downtown Middleville.
Precinct 2: Voters residing East of M-37 are located in Precinct 2 (residing outside the Village of Middleville), voting at the Thornapple Township Hall, 200 E. Main St. in downtown Middleville.
Precinct 3: Voters residing within the corporate limits of the Village of Middleville, voting at the Village of Middleville Hall, 100 E. Main St. in downtown Middleville.
You must be a registered voter in order to vote in any election. If you are not sure if you are registered you may check your status on the Secretary of State site at Michigan Voter Information.
If you would like to complete a voter registration form please connect to the link below, complete the form and return it to the township offices during regular business hours or to a local secretary of state branch office.
Voter Registration Form (English)
Voter Registration Form (Spanish)
General Election Information
State of Michigan Elections website has information for voters and candidates.
To learn more about election results, go tohttp://www.barrycounty.org/county-departments/county-clerk/
Thornapple Township currently issues absentee ballot applications to voters who have requested to be placed on the permanent AV list. We also provide absentee ballot applications for those who request them and are authorized to complete them according to law. Please contact the clerk’s office at 269-795-7202 if you need an application, or follow the link below to the State of Michigan AV ballot application:
Absent Voter Ballot Application