Here is some "New for 2022" information!

  • Tuesday, August 2, 2022 State Primary Election
  • Tuesday, November 8, 2022 State General (Governor) Election
Polls will be open from 7:00 am - 8:00 pm on these two Election Days.
Absentee Ballots are available in the Clerk's Office.

New Voter Information Cards have been mailed out (April 13, 2022) to all registered voters in the City of Eastpointe.  "Statewide Redistricting " has been completed and approved by the Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission as a result of the passage of Proposal 18-3.  With these changes, the City of Eastpointe's voters will now have new district numbers for those who represent them.  For example, Eastpointe's US Congressional District number changed from #09 to #10; Eastpointe's State Senate District number changed from #09 to #11; Eastpointe's State Representative District changed from #018 to #12; and Eastpointe's County Commissioner District changed from #03 to #13.  If you ever have a need or interest to contact any of these representatives, your new 2022 Voter Information Card will be helpful when you look up who your representative is as a registered voter of Eastpointe.

You do not need to return these to City Hall, they are yours to keep for reference.  These also do not need to be presented to vote on Election Day, but will be helpful to locate what voting precinct number you are in and where you would go to vote in person.  If you normally vote by absentee (mail in) ballot, this card will not affect that status as it is provided for reference.

If you received your card and still have questions, please contact the Clerk's Office-Elections Department at 586-445-3661 x2200 or by emailing mwalton@eastpointecity.org.

If you did not receive a new information card, you may not currently be an active registered voter of the City of Eastpointe.  You can check your voting status by visiting  www.michigan.gov/vote 
You can also register to vote, update your voting information, and/or request an absentee ballot from this website also.

Precinct Map
Here is the 2022 Precinct Map, updated with temporary voting locations for “in-person” voting.  

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Election Forms6 documents

  • Voter Information Request
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  • Michigan Absent Voter Ballot Application
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  • Election Inspector Application
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  • State of Michigan Voter Registration Application
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  • 2022 Temporary Voting Precinct Map
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