If you would like to be added to the permanent absentee voter application list at any time, please contact the Clerk’s office at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 269-216-5224.
You must be registered to vote 30 days prior to an election. To check your registration status, please go to www.michigan.gov/vote
Voters can also view their ballots at www.michigan.gov/vote
Precinct Locations (VIEW THE MAP HERE)
Precinct 1: Grange Hall 3234 North 3rd St.
Precinct 2: Oshtemo Fire Station #2
Precinct 3: Oshtemo Branch Library 7265 West Main St.
Precinct 4: 6339 Atlantic Ave.
Precinct 5: West Kalamazoo Christian Church 454 South Drake Rd.
Precinct 6: West Kalamazoo Christian Church 454 South Drake Rd.
Precinct 7: 6339 Atlantic Ave.
Precinct 8: Oshtemo Community Center 6407 Parkview Ave.
Precinct 9: Oshtemo Township Hall 7275 West Main St.
Precinct 10: Oshtemo United Methodist Church 6574 Stadium Dr.
2018 ELECTION CYCLE
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
State General Election
August 14- Board meeting to determine precinct locations
Week of September 10- Permanent Absentee Voter Applications mailed
September 22- MOVE Ballots are issued
Precincts 1, 5, 6, and 10 were mailed 10/2/18. Precincts 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, and 9 will be sent out 10/3/2018.
All permanent absentee ballots have been mailed as of 10/3/2018.
October 9– Last day to register for the November general election
October 9– Election Commission meeting to appoint precinct inspectors
Public Accuracy Test- October 24 at 9:00 AM
We have new election equipment in Kalamazoo County! Here is a video that will help voters become more familiar with our new 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!