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Elections

All federal, state, local and special elections in Ferndale are administered by the City Clerk's Office. Special care is taken to ensure that elections are managed properly and residents receive the assistance needed with voter registration, absentee ballots, and more. The City Clerk also manages and makes available past election results.

Vote by mail, vote from home: Download an absentee (AV) ballot application HERE

Applications can be emailed to: elections@ferndalemi.gov

Visit the Michigan Voter Information Center to verify your registration status, locate your polling location, or to view a sample ballot.

For nonpartisan voter guides and upcoming election candidate information, visit the League of Women Voters of Michigan.

Protecting you and your vote


2020 Elections

  • March 10 - Presidential Primary election
  • August 4 - State Primary election
  • November 3 - General election

Election Survey

Access our election survey and let us know how your experience was at the polls.

CONTACT

City Clerk's Office
248-546-2525, option 5 on the auto attendant 

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Hours

Polling locations

  • Precinct 1: Vote at Renaissance Vineyard Church, 1841 Pinecrest Dr.
  • Precinct 2: Vote at Ferndale High School, 881 Pinecrest Dr.
  • Precinct 3: Vote at Kulick Community Center, 1201 Livernois Ave.
  • Precinct 4: Vote at University High School, 2521 Bermuda St.
  • Precinct 5: Vote at Ferndale Area District Library, 222 E. Nine Mile Rd.
  • Precinct 6: Vote at Ferndale Free Methodist Church, 1950 Woodward Heights Blvd.
  • Precinct 7: Vote at Ferndale Free Methodist Church, 1950 Woodward Heights Blvd.
  • Precinct 8: Vote at City Hall, 300 E. Nine Mile Rd.
  • Precinct 9: Vote at Kulick Community Center, 1201 Livernois Ave.

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FAQS

I am a college student, do I have to come home to vote?

No, you don’t! You have two options: (1) If you are living away from Ferndale while attending college, you can register to vote in the city or township where you live, and vote there—even if you only live there for part of the year. (2) If you are registered at a permanent address in Ferndale, you can request an absentee ballot and we can mail your ballot to wherever you are—no matter where that is or why you’re there! Go to the Absentee Voting page for more information.

Where can I register in person?

You can register in person at your county or city clerk's office.  You can also register to vote at any Secretary of State branch office.

Where do I mail my voter registration application?

You can mail the application to the Ferndale City Clerk, 300 E. 9 Mile Road, Ferndale, MI 48220 or to the county clerk's address, which is provided on the application. Applications mailed to the county clerk are forwarded to the Ferndale City Clerk and will take longer to process.

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