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Absentee ballot applications have been mailed to those who are on the permanent absentee list.
You can return them via mail, drop box outside of city hall, the City Clerk’s office or email the form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The candidates and proposals are listed here:
Ballots will be mailed out the last week of September.
Voting assistance for Service members, their families and overseas citizens. Fill out your application here.
Royal Oak participates in the state-wide QVF system, and the City’s voting records are available from this system. Visit the Michigan Voter Information Center to do the following:
Visit the Oakland County Elections Division website for a complete current list of candidates and proposals.
Request voter information.
Find out how to become an election inspector for the City of Royal Oak.
View City, County, and State-wide results for past elections.
Find your voting precinct and polling place using our online maps.
Anyone who is 18 years of age may register to vote at the Clerk's Office in the City which they live in. They may also register at any Secretary of State office or local school.
View requirements and apply for an Absentee Voter Ballot.