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2021 Election Calendar for Algoma Township:

 Polls OPEN at 7:00am and CLOSE at 8:00pm 
   
August 3, 2021 Special Primary Election - 28th District Senate-COMPLETED
November 2, 2021 Special General Election - 28th District Senate
   
   

 

Algoma Township Precinct/Polling Information: 

   Not sure if you are registered to vote? Call 616-866-1583 and ask for the Clerk's Office.

Pct 1 Pct 3
If you live in the: If you live in the:
Sparta Area School District
NORTH of 13 Mile Rd.
Cedar Springs Public School District
You will vote at: You will vote at:
The Algoma Baptist Church - Gymnasium The Kent County Road Commission
North Complex Building
10515 Grange Ave. NE 11723 White Creek Ave.
Rockford, MI 49341 Cedar Springs, MI 49319
   
SAMPLE BALLOTS: SAMPLE BALLOTS:
Pct 1 - Nov 2, 2021 General Election 
Pct 3 - Nov 2, 2021 General Election 
 
 
   
Pct 2 Pct 4
If you live in the: If you live in the:
Sparta Area School District
SOUTH of 13 Mile Rd.
Rockford Public School District
NORTH of 12 Mile Rd.
You will vote at: You will vote at:
The Algoma Baptist Church - Gymnasium The City Church-Rockford
10515 Grange Ave. NE 3233 - 10 Mile Rd.
Rockford, MI 49341 Rockford, MI 49341
   
SAMPLE BALLOTS: SAMPLE BALLOTS:
 Pct 2 - Nov 2, 2021 General Election Pct 4 - Nov 2, 2021 General Election 
   
   
 
Pct 5
  If you live in the:

 
Rockford Public School District
SOUTH of 12 Mile Rd.
  You will vote at:
  The City Church-Rockford
  3233 - 10 Mile Rd.
  Rockford, MI 49341
   
  SAMPLE BALLOTS:
  Pct 5- Nov 2, 2021 General Election 
   
 

Frequently Asked Questions: 

Click on the links below for detailed explanations:

How do I get an Absentee Voter (AV) ballot?

Where and when should I register to vote?

Do I have to show Photo ID before I can vote?

How do I get a ballot if I am in the military or living abroad?

Where can I find information on the ballot proposals?

To find information on candidates check your newspapers and/or search their name in your internet browser.

The Michigan Secretary of State's Website hosts the Michigan Voter Information Center and has all the information you need to:
  • TRACK YOUR ABSENTEE BALLOT
  • Determine if you are registered to vote
  • Find application forms for voter registration and absentee voter purposes
  • Review a sample ballot for your precinct
  • Learn to use your voting equipment
  • Find answers to frequently asked questions
  • Military and Overseas Voter Empowerment Act (MOVE)

The Kent County Website is also a great resource for county and local election information.  You can get candidate name listings, campaign signage ordinances, voter information as well as up to the minute election results.

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