Where can I register to vote?

Now through October 28, 2019:  register to vote by mail, at the Secretary of State Office, or at your City Clerk's office in City Hall.  

October 28 until  8:00 p.m. on November 5, 2019: in order to be registered for the November 5, 2019 Election, you will need to visit the City Clerk's office in City Hall.  Identification and proof of residency is required. If you cannot establish residency during this time frame, you will be ineligible to vote in Madison Heights in the November 5, 2019 election.  The following items are valid for establishing identification and residency:


Driver's License (any state)

State Personal ID (any state)

Federal or State Issued ID

U.S. Passport

Military ID

Student ID

Tribal Id

Residency - must include applicant's name and current address:

Any of the above with current address

Current utility bill

bank statement


government check

other government document

Any registrations made at the Secretary of State after October 28, 2019 will not be effective until after November 5, 2019.  

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1. Why do we need Proposal MH?
2. What has Madison Heights done to reduce expenses?
3. How will this enhance public safety in Madison Heights?
4. How does Madison Heights' millage compare to surrounding Cities?
5. How did the city determine the amount of funding needed?
6. If approved, when will it take effect?
7. What will this cost me?
8. Am I registered to vote?
9. Where can I register to vote?
10. How do I request an absentee ballot?
11. What is the status of my Absentee Ballot?