Vote at Home (Absentee)
All registered voters in Michigan can now vote before Election Day using what’s called an absentee ballot. You don’t need an excuse or a reason. You can vote by absentee ballot through the mail, without leaving your home. You can also go to your City or Township Clerk’s office or drop box to return your absentee ballot.
Read more at the Michigan State Information Center: Vote at home/absentee voting.
Request a Ballot
To request an absentee ballot, you can:
- Call your City or Township Clerk and ask that an application be mailed to you
- Download an application to return by mail or in person to your local Clerk or Township office
Registered voters with a Michigan ID can request an absentee ballot online through our absentee voter request form.
Learn more and find additional links to absent ballot applications at the Michigan State website: Vote At Home.
Mail Us Your Ballot Application
Mail your completed application to:
Bath Charter Township Clerk’s Office
14480 Webster Road
P.O. Box 247
Bath MI, 48808
Complete and Send in Your Ballot
There are two 24-hour drop boxes that can used for dropping off your absentee ballot. One is outside the entrance of the Township office building and the other is a drive-through drop box in the parking lot.
Your completed absentee ballot must be received by your City or Township Clerk by 8 p.m. on Election Day.
Begin the process early by mailing in your application for an absentee ballot as soon as possible.