Absentee Voting

Anyone can now vote absentee by filling out an Application for an Absentee Ballot. You can request an absentee ballot be mailed to you up until 4:00 on the Friday before the election. You can request a ballot in person up until 8:00 pm on election day.

As a convenience to Casco voters, a list of permanent absent voters is maintained by the Deputy Clerk. As a permanent Absentee voter, you receive an application for an Absentee Ballot ahead of each election. When you return the application via mail, dropbox, or in person you will be mailed or handed a ballot. After voting your ballot you can return it by mail, in person, or via the lobby dropbox, before 8:00pm on election day.

You can download and fill out an Absentee Ballot Application form here.

Being an Election Worker
If you are interested in working on elections as a trained Election Inspector, please let Clerk Cheri Brenner know by sending her an email at CascoClerk@gmail.com.

Upcoming Elections​
March 10, 2020 - Presidential Primary & VanBuren (VBISD) School Millage

August 4, 2020 - State and Local Primary

November 3, 2020 - General Election - Presidential, State, and Local elections

For questions about elections and voting, call:
Clerk, Cheri Brenner 269-637-4441 Ext4
Dep. Clerk, Kathy Stanton 269-637-4441 Ext 5

Registering to Vote

You can register to vote anytime, up to, and including on election day. If you are registering within two weeks before an election, and you want to vote in that election, you need to register in person at the township office. Any other time you can register to vote by mail, by visiting your county, city or township clerk's office, or by visiting any Secretary of State branch office and filling out a Voter Registration Application, available below. ​
Michigan Voter Registration Application

Voting in Person

Elections are held at the Township Hall at 7104 107th Ave.. The polls are open from 7:00am - 8:00pm on election day. 

​Voters are asked to show picture ID when arriving to vote. If you do not have ID with you when arriving to vote, YOU MAY STILL VOTE, if you are willing to sign an affidavit that your id is not with you that day.