Election & Voting Information
November 5, 2019 Nonpartisan Election
Precint 1 Brighton Area District Library - View Ballot
Precinct 2 Brighton City Council Chambers - View Ballot
Precinct 3 Brighton Education Community Center - View Ballot
Precinct 4 Brighton Education Community Center - View Ballot
Registering to Vote
If you have recently moved to the City of Brighton, you must register to vote at your new address at least 15 days prior to the frist scheduled election. You can also register to vote within the 14 day period up to and including election day, however you must complete your registration at the City Clerk's office with proof of residency. The most convenient way to complete this process is at the City Clerk's Office located at 200 N. First Street. If you were previously registered in the State of Michigan, your voter registration can be updated in our office and you will automatically receive an address change sticker for your driver’s license within 30 days. You may also register on line through the Michigan Secretary of State or use the mail in form provided here.
Voters are required to present picture identification as part of the application to vote process. The Election Inspector will check the photo and name appearing on the identification to verify the voter’s identity. Acceptable forms of picture identification are:
- Michigan driver's license or Michigan personal identification card
- Driver's license or personal identification card issued by another state
- Federal or state government-issued photo identification
- U.S. passport
- Military identification card with photo
- Student identification with photo (from a high school or an accredited institution of higher education)
- Tribal identification card with photo
Voters who do not have acceptable picture identification or are not in possession of picture identification must sign an affidavit prior to voting.
Permanent Absentee Voter List
Registered voters can be placed on the City of Brighton's Permanent Absentee Voter List. Please contact the City Clerk. Once you are added to the list, you will automatically receive an application for an Absentee Ballot approximately six weeks prior to each election.
Michigan Voter Information Center
Visit the State of Michigan Voter Information Center (MVIC) for all your election needs at: http://michigan.gov/vote
This site provides information on:
- Voter Registration Status
- Upcoming elections
- Polling location and map
- Voting equipment
- Absentee Voting
- Sample Ballots
Michigan Secretary of State also offers a wide variety of on line services for branch office transactions. You can visit their web site at: Direct Link http://michigan.gov/sos
If you are living outside the U.S., you may send a Federal Postcard Application to register to vote. This application is distributed through U.S. embassies and military bases. It also serves as a way to request an absentee ballot.
Where do I Vote?
Click here for a detailed list for City of Brighton polling locations.