The Midland City Clerk's office administers all local, state, and federal elections for the City of Midland and oversees the Midland Municipal Cemetery.
Election 2020 Information
A message from the City Clerk:
While voters who have requested and received an absentee ballot can choose not to vote absentee and instead visit the polls on Election Day, the City Clerk’s Office strongly encourages voters to utilize their absentee ballot if they are issued one. This helps reduce ballot waste, cuts down on wait times at the polls on Election Day, and helps ensure everyone has the opportunity to cast a ballot – however they choose to do it.
Click on the links below for more specific information about a given voting topic.
Video Updates: Watch & Learn!
Watch the helpful videos below to learn more about voting, elections, and other programs under the City Clerk's jurisdiction.
WATCH NOW: Make Your Vote Count This November
City Clerk Erica Armstrong and Midland County Clerk Ann Manary recently joined a panel discussion hosted by the YWCA Great Lakes Bay Region to discuss the importance of voting and the facts around voter registration, absentee voting, ballots, and more. Check out the video below to hear our local clerks share their insight and knowledge! (Panel discussion begins at about the 20:00 mark.)
WATCH NOW: The Life of an Absentee Ballot
From the initial request to being counted on Election Day, your absentee ballot goes on a journey complete with signature checks, barcode scans, and more. Check out this video to see what happens to your absentee ballot.
WATCH NOW: The Absentee Voting/Ballot Process
Want to vote by absentee ballot, but not sure how it works? View this helpful video to learn how the process ensures that your vote is accurately verified, mailed, and counted from application through ballot.