Where can I drop off my voted Absentee Ballot?

Absentee Ballots can be delivered to the Office of the City Clerk at Portage City Hall (7900 South Westnedge Avenue) or dropped in any of the conveniently located Official Absentee Voter Ballot Drop Boxes around the city.

Official Absentee Voter Ballot Drop Box Locations:

  • Portage Fire Station No. 2 (6101 Oakland Drive)
    • Near the red emergency phone
  • Portage Fire Station No. 3 (8503 South Sprinkle Road)
    • Near the red emergency phone
  • Portage City Hall (7900 South Westnedge Avenue) 
    • Just outside the front door
    • East side of the parking lot
    • 24-hour Treasury dropbox

All locations are on or near a Metro bus line.  The drop boxes are available 24/7 during the 40 days leading up to an election and are monitored by video camera, in accordance with Michigan Election Law.

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1. What if I have questions about the Presidential Primary Election?
2. When may I register to vote?
3. Do I have to register for each election?
4. Where can I register to vote?
5. May I register to vote by mail?
6. Can I vote by absentee ballot?
7. Can you automatically mail me a ballot for each election?
8. May I pick up an absentee ballot for my spouse?
9. I have power of attorney for my family member, can I pick up an absentee ballot for him/her?
10. How do I get to vote absentee in every election?
11. How can I be added to the Permanent Absentee Application List?
12. I’m on the permanent list, why didn’t I receive a ballot?
13. If I am on the list or receive an absentee ballot do I have to vote absentee?
14. Where can I drop off my voted Absentee Ballot?
15. What more can you tell me about the voting machines?
16. How is by mail voting (i.e. "absentee ballot voting") kept secure?
17. How do I know election security procedures are being followed?
18. How are election results verified?
19. Do I have to be a registered Republican or Democrat to participate in Michigan’s Presidential Primary?
20. Why do I have to select a party ballot for the Presidential Primary?
21. What is the difference between an Open Primary and a Closed Primary?
22. When I select a party ballot for the Presidential Primary, does that mean I have to vote in the same party primary in August?
23. What does an “uncommitted” vote mean for the Presidential Primary?
24. I already voted my Presidential Primary absentee ballot and returned it to the Clerk's Office, but the candidate I voted for has since suspended his/her campaign. Can I change my vote?