The following proposals are municipality specific, so you may not see any of them on your ballot, depending on where you live. The list we’ve compiled includes summaries of the proposals; for the complete ballot language for all of these, follow the link to the Calhoun County Clerk’s O…
The Calhoun County Clerk’s Office says that they now have available information including affidavits, petition forms needed to get on the November ballot and more, for all of the districts under their purview.
The bills would allow for people to register to vote through the Secretary of State’s website. Those attempting to register would need to of course meet the requirements to be a voter, and would also need to possess a Driver’s License or state ID card.
Several voting precincts in Battle Creek could be consolidated prior to election days in 2018.
According to the Battle Creek City Commission’s agenda, the City Clerk will be holding a presentation for Commissioners on the proposed changes at their meeting Tuesday.