The Midland City Clerk’s Office began mailing absentee ballots on Thursday, March 23 to registered voters who had returned an absentee ballot application for the May 2, 2023 Special Election. You can track if your ballot has been mailed at www.Michigan.gov/vote.
Absentee ballots will arrive by mail in a white envelope with a blue stripe on the left side labeled “Official Absent Voter Ballot”. The envelope will contain the ballot, a secrecy sleeve, an instruction sheet, and a postage paid white and purple return envelope white envelope which should be signed and used to return the completed ballot back to the City Clerk’s Office.
City of Midland voters can return their completed absentee ballots two ways:
- Mail the signed and sealed postage paid purple return envelope via United States Postal Service; or
- Drop the signed and sealed purple return envelope in any of the Official Ballot Drop Boxes. Drop boxes are located in the following locations:
- Inside the City Hall lobby, accessible during City Hall office hours
- Outside the Larkin Street entrance to City Hall, accessible 24/7
- Outside the main entrance to the Midland Civic Arena, accessible 24/7
- Outside the office entrance to the Barstow Municipal Airport, accessible 24/7
Voters may obtain an absentee ballot application at the Midland City Clerk’s Office, 333 W. Ellsworth Street, Midland, MI 48640; or online at www.Michigan.gov/vote.
To track if an application has been received, a ballot has been mailed, or if a ballot has been delivered back to the Clerk’s Office, visit the Michigan Voter Information Website (MVIC) found at www.Michigan.gov/vote.