Presidential Primary Election: Tuesday – TBD February 27, or March, 2024
Primary Election: Tuesday, August 6, 2024
General Election: Tuesday, November 5, 2024
In order to vote in any election in Michigan, you must be 18 years of age on or before Election Day, and you must be registered to vote.
Polling location is at Riley Township Hall located at 13016 Belle River Road, Riley, MI.
Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on election day.
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Register to Vote Up to 15 Days Prior to Election – Voters can register at any Secretary of State office, any State designated agency, County Clerk’s Office, Township Clerk’s Office, mail or internet.
Register to Vote 14 Days Prior to Election through Election Day 8:00 p.m. – Voters can register at their local Clerk’s Office in person to be eligible to vote Election Day.
Voter Registration Deadline – Election Day – 8:00 p.m.
If residents will be out of the community on Election Day or need any information regarding the upcoming election, contact the Township Clerk’s Office at (810) 392-2326.
ONLY THE VOTER CAN SIGN THEIR OWN ABSENT VOTER BALLOT APPLICATION OR BALLOT ENVELOPE – NEVER SIGN THE VOTER’S SIGNATURE FOR THEM.
Under Michigan Election Law, Power of Attorney is NOT applicable AND ANY SIGNATURE THAT IS NOT THE VOTER’S SIGNATURE IS ILLEGAL AND PUNISHABLE AS A FELONY!
If a voter’s signature has changed do to age or medical condition, the voter must still sign or make their own mark on the Absent Voter Ballot Envelope.
A voter’s signature or mark MUST match the voter file to be counted and can be updated at any time at the Clerk’s office.
Learn how you can be part of this very important collective process in the next election by contacting the Riley Township Clerk’s Office today!
Moderates board and annual meetings
Chief assessing officer (if certified)
Secretary to Board of Review
Township’s legal agent
Must maintain records of supervisor’s office
Responsible for tax allocation board budget (if applicable)
Develops township budget
Appoints some commission members
Member of township elections commission (general law township only, not in a charter township)
May call special meetings
May appoint a deputy
May administer the oath of office
What is extent of a supervisor’s authority as legal agent for the township?
MCL 41.2(4) provides that:
“(4) A suit, act, or proceeding, by or against a township, in its corporate capacity, shall be in the name of the township. The supervisor of each township shall be the agent for his or her township for the transaction of legal business, by whom a suit may be brought and defended, and upon whom process against the township shall be served.”
The supervisor’s position as legal agent for the township is a statutory duty of the supervisor.
The supervisor does not, however, have unfettered authority to do as he or she desires. The supervisor must exercise this agent’s authority in a manner consistent with township board decisions regarding legal business.
– Michigan Election Law, MCL 168.31(l), stipulates that all newly elected and appointed township election officials must complete the Election Officials Accreditation process within six months prior to conducting their first election. Go to the Secretary of State’s website for more information.