Absentee Voting
If you are over 60, can't get to the Township hall on your own, or will be away from the township for the entire day, you can apply for an absentee ballot, visit the Voter Information page at Michigan.gov:

Michigan Voter Information

As a convenience to Casco voters, a list of permanent absent voters is maintained by Deputy Clerk, Kathy Stanton. If you qualify, and want to be placed on our permanent absent voter ballot list, contact Kathy and she will send you an application for a ballot ahead of every election. Kathy is in the office on Tuesday afternoons and Thursday mornings.


Upcoming Elections​:

​May 7, 2019

Elections are held at the Casco Township Hall. Persons may register to vote at the Casco Township Hall, or at any Secretary of State office (when applying for a driver's license). Persons may apply for an absent voter ballot; this needs to be done in writing as a signature is needed.

For questions about elections
​and voting, contact:
Township Clerk, Cheri Brenner or 
Deputy Clerk, Kathy Stanton
at 269-637-4441.

First Time Voters
First Time Voters, particularly college students away at school, may need to meet a "must vote in person" requirement (which depends on how the student registered to vote.) 

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.

Election Commission
The Casco Township Election Commission meets periodically to plan the details for upcoming elections. To review minutes from those meeting(s), click here.

Voters are now required to show a picture ID at the polls. 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. A Driver's license is sufficient.

Residents, including 18 year olds with questions about voting, are invited to contact the Clerk, Cheri Brenner, for information about the voter registration process. If you are unsure if you are registered to vote, please don't hesitate to call the Township to confirm your registration status. It isn't necessary to declare a party when registering to vote.