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 269-216-5224.

This permanent list is for registered voters in Oshtemo Township only.

Permanent Absentee Voter Application list

To register to vote in Michigan you must be:

•A resident of Michigan and the city or township where you are applying to register to vote for at
least 30 days before Election Day.
•A citizen of the United States of America.
• At least 18 years of age (by Election Day).
• Not serving a sentence in jail or prison.

If you are not currently registered to vote in Michigan, please fill out this form and return it to our office at 7275 W. Main St., Kalamazoo MI.

It’s important to note that a voter may register at age 17.5 years of age. The Qualified Voter File
will place an applicant on the registration list when they turn 18. In addition, it’s very important
to differentiate between a person currently serving a sentence in jail or in prison and a person
with a past criminal conviction who is no longer in jail or prison. There is no voting restriction on
a voter who is no longer in jail or prison.

With the passage of Proposal 18-3, an unregistered elector (or a registered elector who has moved) who
wishes to participate in an upcoming election now has the following options:
• Register to vote in person at a Secretary of State branch office, a designated voter registration
agency, the voter’s county, city, or township clerk’s office or by mail no later than the 15th day prior
to the election.
• Register to vote during the 14 days prior to the election, including on Election Day, by applying in
person at his or her city or township clerk’s office.
Note: The Secretary of State, county clerk, and designated voter registration agencies are
required to provide notice to individuals who register to vote at their location in the 14 days
prior to Election Day that he or she is not eligible to vote in the next election unless he or she
applies in person at his or her city or township clerk’s office or votes at their last place of

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.


To view information for candidates please visit the Secretary of State website here.



2019 Absentee Ballot Application

November 5, 2019



Absentee Ballot Application

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.

Compared to:
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!

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