The Election Division of the City of Flint Clerk’s Office is responsible for the registration of all voters within the City limits of Flint and notification of voting locations to electors. The Election Division also conducts elections according to State of Michigan Law. This division provides petitions for candidacy or for any issue arising under the Flint City Charter. All voter registration records and copies of laws and official documents regulating the election process are available, at a cost, to the public.
The Election Division also encourages voter participation by providing education on the mechanics of the voting process to any citizen or group requesting such help. Assistance can include a demonstration of voting devices used in the City of Flint by the City Clerk’s Office staff as well as qualified speakers who can provide education to groups and organizations upon request.
City of Flint
2019 Election Dates
*May 7, 2019 — No City of Flint Election (See link below)
Use the Michigan Voter Information Center to find your polling place, view your sample ballot, and more.
August 6th, 2019 – Mayoral Primary Election
In accordance with the New Flint City Charter
Sec. 9-102 ELECTION FOR MAYOR AND COUNCIL MEMBERS
A. The first primary and general election for Mayor shall be in 2019 at the time set by statute for City primaries and general elections in the odd numbered year. And, the first term for Mayor shall be for 3 years. Subsequent terms shall be four years, and elections commencing in 2022 shall be with the gubernatorial elections.
November 5th, 2019 – Mayoral General Election
Certified Results — November 6, 2018 (Please click link below)
City of Flint Voting Locations
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Michigan Voter Information Center
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Certified Mayoral Candidates for the Aug. 6, 2019 Election Ballot
Four residents of the City of Flint have been officially certified by the City Clerk's office as candidates for the...Read More