Our next election will be the August 4, 2020 Primary Election and then on November 3, 2020, the General Election.
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, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Election Dates - Check Out Our Calendar For Upcoming Election Dates
Due to the recent election consolidation legislation, elections can now be held four times per year. 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.
Please feel free to contact our Township Clerk, Cindy Willshire or our Deputy Clerk, Amy Brown during normal business hours. Our office is open from 9:00am - 4:00pm EST, Monday through Thursday. We are open on Fridays by appointment only. To obtain an Absentee Ballot Application, please come to the Thornapple Township hall or email: email@example.com
Absentee Voter Ballot Status
- The State of Michigan now offers a few online options for voters to request to join Thornapple Townships Permanent AV list so we know to send you an AV application in advance of every election for which you are eligible.
- Existing voters reviewing their record on the Michigan Voter Information Center (MVIC) at Michigan.gov/Vote can make their request now in the upper-right hand corner, where they typically see AV information.
- Voters (with a valid MI driver's license or state ID) registering for the first time online or changing their address on the Online Voter Registration (OVR) website can make their request as they confirm their address formatting.
- Voters now retain their Permanent AV status when moving from one address to another and even from one jurisdiction to another.
To register to vote, you must be all of the following:
- A U.S. citizen
- At least 18 years old by Election Day
- A resident of Michigan
- A resident of Thornapple Township (where you are applying to register to vote).
If you want to check to see if you are registered, visit www.Michigan.gov/vote. There you will find information about registering to vote and voting, voting equipment, polling place locations, state and local ballots, the candidates, campaign finance and more. Your local Clerk can help with questions about your voter registration, polling place location and working at the polls.