Voter Registration & Elections

August 4 Primary Election

Election Day - In-Person and Mail-In Voting Options are Available
We’re making this a safe election for voters and workers!  Social distancing and expanded sanitation efforts will be in place for in-precinct voting. Those who wish to vote by mail can request an application for an absentee ballot by completing the Request an Absentee Ballot Application, calling us at 616.530.7296, or emailing us at clerk_info@wyomingmi.gov.

On the Ballot: State Primary Election
All City of Wyoming voters will have the opportunity to participate in this election which features a primary for several federal, state and county officials. Check out your sample ballot at www.mi.gov/vote.

Vote Absentee and Stay Safe
All registered voters will receive an application for an absentee ballot from the City Clerk or Secretary of State.  These applications, and ultimately ballots, can be returned as follows: 

Return Options

  • By mail (Stay Safe Option)
  • Ballot Drop Box behind City Hall, access off DeHoop
  • In-person at City Hall until 8 p.m. on August 4

Administration

The City Clerk administers all elections for the schools and City, federal, state, and county government.

Michigan Voter Information Center (MVIC)

Use this link to:

  • Check the status of your absentee ballot application
  • Check the status of your voter registration record
  • Find your polling place
  • Learn about your voting equipment
  • View a sample ballot

Register to Vote

If you have not registered to vote, have relocated to Michigan, or have moved from one municipality to another, you may register by completing the official voter registration form and mailing it to the City Clerk's office.

You may also return it to any of the following agencies:

If you prefer not to access the online form, contact the City Clerk's office for the official voter registration application.

Upcoming Election Dates

  • August 4, 2020 - State Primary Election
  • November 3, 2020 - General Election

Election Results

We report our election results directly to Kent County. Visit the County's Election Reporting Webpage for real-time updates and official results. 

Sign up to be an Election Inspector

We maintain a pool of 200+ workers who are called upon to work during elections. Print and complete our election inspector application to become an election inspector. Return the form to the City Clerk's Office.

Voter Information

City of Wyoming Voter History - Information for Candidates