St. Clair County Community Mental Health encourages all eligible citizens to exercise their rights during the November 8, 2022 General Election. Below are links to information that St. Clair County residents may find helpful in preparing for Election Day. Your vote is your voice, so make yours heard!

Voters can use the Michigan Voter Information Center to:        

  • View your Sample Ballot for the upcoming election
  • Request and Track your Absentee Ballot
  • Verify your Voter Registration
  • Find your Polling Place
  • Contact your Local Election Official
  • Find answers to Frequently Asked Questions

Not registered?

You can still register to vote IN PERSON at your local clerk's office until 8 p.m. on Election Day!
Learn more:

Non-Partisan Information about Candidates on the November 8 Ballot:

Know Your Voting Rights in Michigan:

Voting Tips for College Students:

Voting Rights of Returning Citizens

Rights of Voters with Disabilities:

About Dominion Voting Systems Equipment Used in St. Clair County:

Accessibility and Accommodations for Election Day:

Voter Accessibility Equipment Video Playlist:


The Bureau of Elections has an Ombudsperson for Accessible Elections to respond to and assist individuals with disabilities attempting to vote. To speak with the Ombudsperson for Accessible Elections, call 517-335-2730 or email .