Election Information

Linda Reilly
Phone: 734-475-2401, x11
e-mail: clerk@lyndontownshipmi.gov

Office Hours: Tuesday and Thursday 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM
If these times do not work for you, please contact me at 734-475-2401, ext. 11 or 734-972-4222

Election News

Early Voting

Early voting is the opportunity to cast a ballot in person before Election Day. For voters, the early voting experience will be similar to the experience of voting at a polling place on Election Day and will include the act of feeding the voter’s completed ballot into a tabulator.

Michigan’s constitution requires early voting to be offered for statewide and federal elections for at least nine consecutive days, beginning on the second Saturday before the election and ending on the Sunday before the election, for at least eight hours each day. The first election in which early voting is constitutionally required will be the 2024 presidential preference primary.

Early Voting will take place at two sites for Lyndon Township voters:

February 17 – February 25
9:00am – 5:00pm 

  •  Sylvan Township Hall, 18027 Old U.S. 12, Chelsea, MI 48118 
  • Washtenaw County Learning Resource Center, 4135 Washtenaw Ave., Ann Arbor, MI 48108



One of the many statutory duties of the Township Clerk is keeping voter registration files and conducting elections. The below information applies to elections in Lyndon Township.

All elections for Lyndon Township residents are held at the Lyndon Township Hall located at 17751 N. Territorial Road, Chelsea, MI.

The Township polls open at 7:00 AM and close at 8:00 PM.

Election dates for 2024:

  • February 27, 2024  Presidental Primary 
  • May 7, 2024 Reserved- Possible Election
  • August 6, 2024 Primary Election
  • November 5, 2024 General Election


From Michigan Department of State
Bureau of Elections:

Notice to Voters: Voter Identification Requirement in Effect

Every Michigan voter who offers to vote in the polls must comply with the requirement by showing picture identification or signing an affidavit attesting that he or she is not in possession of picture identification. (See MCL 168.523 for voter identification requirement.)

Voters with Picture ID

Voters can satisfy the ID requirement by showing a Michigan driver’s license or a Michigan personal identification card.

Voters who do not possess either document may show any of the following forms of picture ID as long as it is current:

  • Driver’s license or personal ID card issued by another state.
  • Federal or state government-issued photo ID.
  • U.S. passport.
  • Military identification card with photo.
  • Student identification with photo from a high school or an accredited institution of higher education. (Current)
  • Tribal identification card with photo

Voters without Picture ID

Michigan election law anticipates that not all voters will have picture ID. Voters who do not have acceptable picture ID or forgot to bring acceptable picture ID to the polls can vote like any other voter by signing an affidavit on the back of the Application to Vote – Poll List.  Questions regarding the voter identification requirement can be directed to your local city or township clerk’s office.

For more election related information, visit www.michigan.gov/vote

Once again, I would like to encourage every resident to register to vote. You can register to vote at any Secretary of State Office, County Clerk’s Office or here at the Lyndon Township Hall. I am available Tuesday and Thursday, from 10:00AM until 1:00PM. Please contact me at (734) 475-2401 if these times do not work for you.

The right to vote is a privilege and we would like to see all our township residents exercise that privilege.

Absentee Ballots


If You are registered to vote in Lyndon Township, this is the opportunity to Vote Absentee in any upcoming election there’s no need to go to the polls on Election Day to have your vote counted.

Any registered voter may now apply to receive an Absent Voter Ballot as a consequence of the changes to the Michigan Constitution made by the passage of Proposition 3 in 2018. The advantages of voting absentee are multiple, including avoiding last-minute conflicts getting to the polls.

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