Voter Information

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General and Local Voter Information

Michigan Voter Information Center

The official site for voting information in Michigan, run by the Michigan Department of State. Visit this site to:

  • Check your registration status
  • Register to vote
  • Request an absentee ballot
  • Find your polling place
  • View your sample ballot
  • Find general information, instructions, important dates, and more

Calhoun County Voting Information 

Voter information from Calhoun County government, including a list of all candidates, maps of voting districts, elected representatives, and polling places.

Battle Creek Voting Information 

Voter information from the City of Battle Creek, including a full listing of its 5 wards and 21 local precincts and voting locations.

Battle Creek City Clerk

The Office of the City Clerk is located inside Battle Creek City Hall. Visit the City Clerk to register to vote, obtain and drop off absentee ballots, and for more voting information.

10 N. Division Street
Hours: 8 am - 5 pm Monday - Friday

Phone: 269-966-3348
Fax: 269-966-3555
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Bedford Township Voting Information 

Voter information from Bedford Township, including a listing of its 3 wards and the Absent Voter Counting Board, where all absentee ballots ae counted.

Bedford Township Clerk

The Office of the City Clerk is located inside Township Hall. Visit the City Clerk to register to vote, obtain and drop off absentee ballots, and for more voting information.

115 S. Uldriks Drive, Battle Creek, MI 49037
Hours: 8 am - 5 pm Monday - Friday

Phone: 269-965-1999
Fax: 269.965.0908
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Emmett Township Voting Information 

Voter information from Emmett Township, including a full listing of its 4 local precincts and voting locations.

Emmett Township Clerk

The Office of the Township Clerk is located inside the administration building. Visit the Township Clerk to register to vote, obtain and drop off absentee ballots, and for more voting information.

621 Cliff Street, Battle Creek, MI 49014
Hours: 7:30 am - 5 pm Monday - Friday

Phone: 269-968-0241
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Pennfield Township Voting Information 

Voter information from Pennfield Township, including a full listing of its 3 local precincts and voting locations.

Pennfield Township Clerk

The Office of the Township Clerk is located inside Township Hall. Visit the Township Clerk to register to vote, obtain and drop off absentee ballots, and for more voting information.

20260 Capital Ave. NE, Battle Creek, MI 49017
Hours: 8 am - 5 pm Monday - Thursday

Phone: 269-968-8549

Fax: 269-968-2021

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Springfield Voting Information 

Voting for all precincts is at the Susan L. Anderson Municipal Building (city hall) at 601 Avenue A.

Springfield City Clerk

The Office of the City Clerk is located inside Susan L. Anderson Municipal Building. Visit the City Clerk to register to vote, obtain and drop off absentee ballots, and for more voting information.

601 Avenue A, Springfield, MI 49037
Hours: 7 am - 6 pm Monday - Thursday

Phone: 269-441-9276

Fax: 269-965-0114

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Candidate and Campaign Information

VOTE411

A nonpartisan voting guide maintained by the League of Women Voters. Enter your address on the website to see the races and issues on your ballot, compare the candidates side-by-side and read their views on important issues in their own words.


Election News and Fact Checking

FactCheck.org

A nonpartisan fact-checking site maintained by the Annenberg Public Policy Center.

LeadStories.com

A fact checker and hoax/rumor debunker that uses the International Fact-Checking Network fact-checkers’ code of principles as a guide for all fact checking.

PBS Vote 2020

News coverage of the 2020 general election, including full recordings of the public presidential and vice-presidential debates.

Politico

A for-profit website offering up-to-date political news and analysis, as well as live results during elections.

PolitiFact

A nonpartisan fact-checking site maintained by the Poynter Institute for Media Studies. Rates the accuracy of political claims using a straightforward "Truth-O-Meter."

Snopes

A well-established independent website that investigates political claims, urban legends, hoaxes, and other possible misinformation.