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Absent Voter Ballots

Absent Voter Ballots

March 10, 2020 Presidential Primary Absent Voter Ballot Application

Applications maybe submitted by email to FHClerk@fhgov.com.


Please note:  This is a closed Primary, which means that voters must select either a Republican Party, Democratic Party or Proposal Only ballot type in order to receive a ballot.  By law, this selection must be in writing; therefore voters will be required to select their ballot type on the application to vote at their precinct or on their application for an absent voter ballot.
 
If a voter is submitting an application for an absent voter ballot and does not select a ballot type, ballot delivery could be delayed until that information is obtained in writing.

Options for Voters who wish to Spoil their Absent Voter Ballot or obtain a Replacement Ballot:

There are a number of reasons why a voter may want to spoil an absent voter ballot which they have already voted and/ or submitted, or to obtain a new ballot if they never received their original. Requests for a replacement absent voter ballot must always be submitted in writing.

 Replacement Absent Voter Ballot Request form

The following chart illustrates the possible scenarios and the voter’s options:

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Permanent Absent Voter Application List

If you wish to be added to our permanent absent voter list to automatically receive applications for every Election, please call the City Clerk’s Office at (248) 871-2410 or send us an email to request to be added to the list. Please include your name, registered address and a contact number. A signed application is still required for all Elections in order to receive a ballot.

Absent voter ballot applications are mailed out by the City Clerk’s Office approximately two months prior to an Election.