City of Saginaw, Michigan

SCHEDULED ELECTIONS 2020

  • March 10 Presidential Primary
  • August 4 Primary
  • November 3 General Election

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  • Determine if you are registered to vote
  • Find your polling location
  • Contact your local election official
  • Find frequently asked questions
  • View your sample ballot

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Absent Voter Information

Registered Voters may vote by Absentee Ballot without any reason. You may request an absentee voter ballot application by calling 989-759-1480. Applications must be signed by the voter and returned to the Clerk's Office.

Permanent Absentee Voter list

The City of Saginaw Clerk’s Office maintains a Permanent Absentee Voter Application list to automatically receive an absentee ballot application by mail for each election. To request to be on the list call the Clerk’s Office at 989-759-1480.

Permanent Absentee Voter Application List

Voting Districts & Information

Voting Locations Map

Michigan Votes Voter Information Center

MVIC Tool
With this tool you can:

  • Determine if you are registered to vote
  • Find your polling location
  • Contact your local election official
  • Learn to use your voting equipment
  • Find answers to frequently asked questions
  • View Sample Ballot
  • View Statewide Proposals

City Regulations for Campaign Signs

Chapter 153: Zoning Regulations - § 153.155 Temporary Signs

  • (A)All political signs must be removed within 7 days of the election for which they were erected. Citations will be issued against property owners who fail to remove the sign within the specified time.
  • (B) Political signs announcing political and public issues contained on a ballot, and other pertinent data thereto are permitted provided the maximum area of all such signs on one lot shall not exceed 32 square feet. All such signs designated as political signs shall be removed within seven days of the election for which they were erected;

Chapter 94: Nuisances, Health and Safety - § 94.007 Restrictions as to Posting

  • (A) No persons shall attach, place, paint, write, stamp, or paste any sign, advertisement, or other matter upon any lamp post, electric light, railway, telephone or telegraph pole, shade tree, fire hydrant, or boxing covering them; or on any bridge, pavement, sidewalk, or crosswalk, public building, or any property or thing belonging to the city, or any article or thing within any park; provided, that this division shall not be construed to prevent any public officer from so doing for any public purpose.
  • (B) No person shall attach, place, paint, write, stamp, or paste any sign, advertisement, or other matter upon any house, wall, fence, gate, post, or tree-box without first obtaining the written permission of the owner, agents, or occupants of the premises and having complied with the building and zoning regulations.
  • (C) Nothing in this section shall prohibit the abutting property owner or anyone authorized by him or her from painting the number assigned to the premises on the curb in front of said premises. Property numbers are not required on the curb and may be damaged or destroyed by street sweeping, maintenance, or snow removal. Numbers placed on curbs will not be maintained or replaced at public expense. (Prior Code, § 94.07) (Ord. D-1223, passed 5-9-1977, effective 5-19-1977) Penalty, see § 94.999

Department of State Bureau of Elections