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NO AUGUST 2015 PRIMARY ELECTION IN OAK PARK
A primary election will not be held in Oak Park in August.
The City’s Charter only requires a primary if the number of candidates filing for office is more than double the number of seats available in November.
Oak Park voters will elect a Mayor and two Council Members on November 3, 2015.
Current Mayor Marian McClellan and challenger Aaron Tobin will be vying for the office of Mayor.
Solomon Radner and Ken Rich are running for the two Council Member positions.
Absent Voter ballots will be available by September 21.
New Precinct Map - Adopted by City Council on January 6, 2014
New Precinct Map 2015
Election Inspector (Poll Worker) Application
Election Inspector Training Videos
Introduction to E-Pollbook
Political Signs Regulations
Oakland County Election Information
Sample ballots for the November 3, 2015 General Election will be available September 19
Before you can vote in any election, you must be registered at least 30 days before the election. IF YOU ARE ALREADY REGISTERED IN OAK PARK, YOU DO NOT HAVE TO REGISTER AGAIN
To register to vote, you must be a U.S. Citizen, at least 18 years of age by Election Day, and a resident of the City where you are applying.
You can register at the City Clerk's Office, 14000 Oak Park Blvd., Oak Park, MI 48237, or at any Secretary of State Office. In addition, various other state agencies provide voter registration services. You may also register by mail, however, if you register by mail and have never voted in Michigan, you must appear in person to vote in the first election in which you wish to participate. This requirement does not apply if (1) you personally hand-deliver the voter registration form to the City Clerk's Office, (2) you are 60 years of age or more, (3) you are disabled, or (4) you are eligible to vote under the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act.
VERIFY YOU ARE REGISTERED BEFORE ELECTION DAY ONLINE BY
Michigan Voter Information Center or by calling the Clerk's Office at (248) 691-7544.
Absentee voter ballots are available to residents who meet one of the following requirements:
- You are unable to vote without assistance.
- 60 years or older.
- Expect to be absent from City on election day.
- In jail, awaiting arraignment or trial.
- Assigned to work as a precinct inspector.
- Unable to attend polls because of religious beliefs.
To obtain an absentee voter ballot application, contact the City Clerk's Office at (248) 691-7544.
Anyone who has already requested to have their name placed on a permanent absentee ballot application list will automatically receive an application in the mail.
Any handicapped or ill person requiring special accommodation may contact the city Clerk's Office.
The City Clerk's Office provides service to City Council, the Board of Zoning Appeals, Employee's Retirement System, Election Commission, and Board of Canvassers. On a daily basis, the Clerk's office issues merchant's licenses, garage sale permits, lawn care licenses, taxi cab licenses, handbill permits, precious metals licenses, sidewalk sale permits, vendor's licenses, mechanical amusement device licenses, distributor licenses, going-out-of business licenses, maintains a real estate non-solicitation list with sales and updates of the list to real estate companies, publishes all legal notifications. The City Clerk's office is also an official passport acceptance facility to all Oak Park Residents only. Also, the City Clerk's office offers public notary services that may be limited to Oak Park residents or official business within the City of Oak Park.
All City Forms (i.e. voter absentee ballet, non solicitation) are available at forms & brochures.
A registered voter of the City of Oak Park may obtain an absent voter ballot if he or she: expects to be absent from the community for the entire time the polls are open on election day; is physically unable to attend the polls without the assistance of another person; is 60 years of age or older; or cannot attend the polls on election day because of religious beliefs. In addition, the City Clerk's Office maintains a list of eligible resident s who wish to receive absentee ballots for every regularly scheduled primary and general election. Registered voters can arrange to be placed on this list by calling the office.
NOTE: Absentee voting is governed by strict legal procedures. Complete information is available from the City Clerk's Office.
City of Oak Park
14000 Oak Park Boulevard
Oak Park, MI 48237
Mon. - Thur. 8am - 5pm
Tel: 248 691-7544
Fax: 248 691-7167
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