Current registered voters, if you would like to be added to the permanent absentee voter application list at any time, please fill out the form below or contact the Clerk’s office at
This permanent list is for registered voters in Oshtemo Township only.
2019 Election Cycle Schedule
November 5, 2019
November 5, 2019, Special Election – Proposal Section
Intermediate School District
Kalamazoo Regional Education Service Agency
Area Career and Technical Education Proposal
Shall Kalamazoo Regional Educational Service Agency, Michigan, come under
sections 681 to 690 of the Revised School Code, as amended, and establish an
area career and technical education program, which is designed to encourage
the operation of area career and technical education programs, if the annual
property tax levied for the purpose is limited to 1 mill ($1.00 on each $1,000 of
taxable valuation) for a period of 20 years, 2020 to 2039, inclusive; the estimate
of the revenue the intermediate school district will collect if the millage is
approved and levied in 2002 is approximately $8,264,827 from local property
taxes authorized herein?
—–Permanent Absentee Voter applications to be mailed out for only Precincts 3 through 10. Precincts 1 and 2 are not in Kalamazoo Public Schools.
—–Absentee Voter ballots will be available for issuance to voters.
—–Voters can view their ballots at www.michigan.gov/vote
—–Absentee Voter ballots will be mailed out for all requests received by this date. Then AV ballots will be mailed daily to applications as they are received.
—–Last day to register to vote other than in-person with the local clerk.
—–Public Accuracy Test of Tabulators held at 9am.
—–The Clerk’s office will be open from 8am – 5pm for issuing Absentee Ballots and Registering voters.
—–Last day absentee voter ballots can be mailed out.
—–The Clerk’s office will be open from 8am -4pm for issuing Absentee Ballots and Registering voters.
—–Last day to obtain an absentee voter ballot in person at the Clerk’s office until 4pm.
—–Election Day – Polls open from 7am – 8pm. Voters can register and vote up until 8pm.
2018 ELECTION CYCLE SUMMARY
November 6, 2018
Oshtemo stats from the State General Election
Overall Voter Turnout: 59.69% of registered voters voted, with 31.98% of those voting absentee and 68.02% of those voting at the polls.
2016 Presidential Election – 65.54% of registered voters voted
2014 State General Election – 42.93% of registered voters voted
Here is a video that will help voters become more familiar with our voting equipment:
We have new Voter Assist Terminals in Kalamazoo County. Anyone can use these touch screen machines, then print your ballot before running it through the voting tabulator. Watch the video below to learn more!