- Open Government
The City Clerk conducts all federal, state, county, local, and special elections held within the City. All registered voters in the City vote at:
Sawdon School Administration Building
220 Lamson Street
Grand Ledge, MI 48837
For all elections, polls are open from 7 am to 8 pm Anyone standing in line at 8 pm will be allowed to vote.
View the Voting Precinct Map (PDF), or use the interactive map below to identify your voting Precinct.
Photo Identification Requirement
Before you can vote on election day, you must provide photo identification. If you don't have acceptable photo identification with you, you can still vote by signing an affidavit stating either of the following:
- You don't have acceptable photo identification.
- You have acceptable photo identification, but didn't bring it to the polls.
Permanent Absent Voter List
The City Clerk maintains a list of voters who request an absent voter ballot application be mailed to them for every election held in the City. A change in Michigan Law now allows for "no-reason" absentee voting; that means any registered voted can be placed on the Permanent Absent Voter list, or request an Absentee Ballot without providing a reason for not voting at the polls on election day. Voters who wish to be placed on this list may indicate their request on any regular absent voter ballot application they have received from the City, or fill out the Permanent Absentee Voter List Request Form (PDF) and return it to:
310 Greenwood Street
Grand Ledge MI 48837
Michigan Voter Information Center
Learn more about your voter registration status, check election information, find details about your voting precincts, and more! Visit the Michigan Voter Information Center website.
View Election Results on the Eaton County website.
During an election, the City of Grand Ledge requires a staff of paid workers called "Precinct Inspectors" to work at the polls. Learn more about applying for this position on our Election Workers page.