Emmett Township

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Register to Vote

A resident of Michigan and the city or township where you are applying to register to vote for at least 30 days before Election Day.

  • A citizen of the United States of America.

  • At least 18 years of age (by Election Day).

  • Not serving a sentence in jail or prison.

If you are not currently registered to vote in Michigan; you may Register Online by clicking on this link and following the prompts

To check your registration status, click on the following link and follow the prompts; Am I Registered?
Voters can also view their ballot by clicking on the following link; What’s on my Ballot?

Election Results

Voting Locations

Precinct #1 – Emmett Charter Township Board Room, 621 Cliff Street, Battle Creek

Precinct #2 – Victory Life Church, Impact Student Ministry, 6892 D Drive North Battle Creek

Precinct #3 – Victory Life Church, Worship Center Room, 6892 D Drive North Battle Creek

Precinct #4 – Victory Life Church, Worship Center Room, 6892 D Drive North Battle Creek

How to fill out your official voter ballot application

Become a Election Inspector

Fill out the Election Inspector Application and return it to the Clerks Office In-Person or use the online Democracy MVP to complete this application. This does require training. 
Who can do it: Anyone age 16+ can work at an Early In-Person voting Site
When: Early In-Person Voting Sites operate nine consecutive days before an election, beginning the second Saturday before and ending the Sunday prior to an election as well as Election Day.
Location: Calhoun County Building, 315 W Green St. in Marshall, 49068 (9 days of Early In-Person Voting), Emmett Charter Township & Victory Life Church (Election Day)
Time: Polls at the Calhoun County Early In-Person Voting Site are open 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Election Inspectors will help with opening and closing the polls before and after that timeframe. Election Day begins at 6am and ends at 8pm.
Pay: $15/hour
Reasons to work as an Election Inspector:

  • Help ensure we have safe, secure, re-countable elections
  • Opportunity to serve in your community
  • Participate in democracy, especially as the state begins offering early voting

Contact Information

Tracy Myers

(269) 968-0241

Election Polls

Election Day Polling Office Hours: 


If you are returning an absentee ballot or absentee application and the offices are closed, there is a “dropbox” directly in front of the administration offices.

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