Wednesday, February 5, 2020

City clerk sending absentee ballot requests next week

The City of Plymouth will be mailing absentee ballots to voters next week, according to a statement from the office of the city clerk. Anyone who submitted a request to receive an absentee ballot for the March 10 Presidential Primary should receive a ballot soon, according to the statement.
Those on the Plymouth city permanent absent voter ballot application list who have not yet received an application for a ballot should contact the office of the clerk for a replacement. Anyone who was on the list prior to Dec. 13 was mailed an application on that date. Requests for applications after that date have all been mailed, the statement claimed.

Those who sent an application back to the city already, can check the status of the request at: Clerk [https://mvic.sos.]  .
Any voter may request to be placed on the permanent absent voter ballot application list, meaning that they will receive an absentee voter ballot application prior to each election. Voters must ask to be placed on the permanent list. To find out if your name is on the list call the clerk's office, (734) 453-1234, ext. 234, 225 or 203. To get on the list, access: [] 
With the November 2018 election, voters no longer need to provide a reason to vote an absentee ballot.
This means any registered voter may submit a signed request to receive an absent voter ballot.
Applications are available at Plymouth City Hall and also online at []. 
To check the status of voter registration record or register to vote online visit: