Victors Vote!

Vote sticker covering a picture of the Union Campus Information desk.

It's election day! If this is your first time voting or you still don’t have a voting plan, that’s okay! We’ve compiled some resources and information to help you. Voting is a privilege and allows individuals to have more of a say in government decisions. While it can seem overwhelming and like a lot of work, it’s important to make an informed decision and use your vote. 


  • Check the the last day to request your absentee ballot! If you are not living close to home and have already requested one, it’s important to fill this out and get it in the mail as soon as possible. 

  • Wanting to vote in Michigan? Students with on campus addresses (including residence halls) can register to vote at the Ann Arbor City Clerk's Office. Make sure to bring proof of residency and a form of ID when you register and they can help you out.

  • Vote411 is an online resource that breaks down your local ballot for you. On the website, you can enter your address or location and it will provide details everything on the ballot as well as who is running. It provides platform details and a breakdown on the platforms. Another nice feature of this website is that it provides details on what office positions actually means for those that do not fully understand the United States government. Here is a link to Vote411!

  • Finally, if you are voting in Michigan, absentee or in person, the state of Michigan has a voter resource page that can answer all of your questions. This can also answer any questions that you may have about the accessibility of the voting process. This website is linked here!


The League, Pierpont Commons, and the Union are all polling places and, as always, if you need any help getting to the correct location, our Campus Information Assistants are here to help! Happy voting!