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Voter Registration  & Election Info.


A sincere thank you to the 2022 Election inspectors, the Election committee, the receiving board, and to all Cambridge Registered Voters who demonstrated neighborly kindness and a patriotic spirit throughout the 2022 election season. You are appreciated!


Q: How to help update personal/family/friends'/neighbors' voter files?
Encourage your family and friends who have moved within Michigan to update their voter registration.  They must initiate this process for themselves. They can do this online at: or if they have only moved within the same township, they can go into the township office with proof of new residence (changed driver's license or two bills or government documents mailed to the new residence.) 

If someone has moved out of state, they can email ( ) or send a letter to the Township office stating they wish to cancel their Michigan Voter Registration with legal signature.
If you have a PO Box because you do not receive mail at your primary residence, you need to let your township clerk/deputy clerk know where to send your mail. 

If someone has passed on, send/take a copy of a newspaper obituary or death listing or a death certificate to show the clerk/deputy clerk to remove the person from the MI Voter Registration files. 

If someone just does not want to EVER vote (due to religious or personal reasons), (s)he must submit in writing/email a request to have his/her MI voter registration cancelled.

It is also very helpful to share a reliable phone number or email in case we need to  contact you with time sensitive matters. Email the clerk/deputy clerk, call, or stop in to the office to update your contact information.


Q: How do I become informed and confidant in voting? V
isit "Michigan Voter Information Center" to learn more about the voting processes.  You may also find helpful information at the Lenawee County Election Webpage.

Q: What to expect voting at the polls? Watch this video.

Q: Where do I vote  in person ?
If you are a resident of Cambridge Township, you vote in person at the Cambridge Township Hall. The precinct you vote within is designated on your Voter ID card and is based on where you live.  Not sure where you put your ID card to check your precinct? Scroll to the bottom of this page and click on the precinct map OR go to and it will tell you your specific details. 

Q: When do I vote? On the day of an election, polls are open between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. You must already be in line by 8 p.m. in order to vote. 

Q: What do I need to bring to vote in the polls? You should bring a state photo identification card (driver's license, prominent current college ID, etc.) 


Q: How do I vote by absentee ballot for one election ONLY? Three options for your convenience: Scroll to the bottom of this page and click on the gray "applications" bar. Find the application there to print out, complete, and return to the township hall.  OR, please bring your driver's license to Cambridge Township to prove identity and Michelle or Annette will print you off an application. You can also submit online at . 

Q: What is the status of my absentee application and/or ballot being sent or received? Enter your information at this state site to see the progress.

Q: How do I sign up for the permanent absentee voter list?  You can fill out an application in the township office, or scroll to the bottom of the page to "applications," print out, complete, and return the permanent absentee voter application. 

Q: Why am I receiving multiple absentee voter ballot applications or voter registration applications?  Read this!


Q: Who do I contact if I have concerns regarding the election process? 
Review the rules/laws toward the bottom of the page in the drop-down gray bar regarding "Prohibited Conduct at the Polls."  Next,  call 517-467-2104 or Email Cambridge Township Clerk, Annette Roesch. Our office is up to date with the latest laws and election security measures created through joint measures with the Lenawee County Clerk's office, Cambridge and State Police forces, the State Bureau of Elections, the MI State Attorney General's Office, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation's supportive task force.


Q: How do I sign up to work an election in Cambridge township?  Complete the application in the gray drop down menu at the bottom of this page and turn the application into the clerk's office.  As inspectors are needed, the list is reviewed, and individuals contacted for training. 

Q: How do I sign up on the state site to be available to work elections in various counties?  .
They can complete the form and their information will be saved to a ONLINE DEMOCRACY MVP SPREADSHEET.  The user will select which County they want to work in.    


Q: Where can I find past election results? Visit the Lenawee County page: 

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Prohibited Conduct At the Polls4 documents

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  • Photo & Camera Ettiquette.pdf
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Voting Related Mailing Information5 documents

  • 2022 Voter ID card and cancellation process
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  • Unsolicited Registration & Absentee Apps article
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  • Voting Prep.pdf
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  • Laws Regarding Voting by Absentee.pdf
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Applications2 documents

  • Permanent Absentee Voting Application 2022.pdf
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