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 the upcoming election, you need to register in person at the township office and bring proof of residence – photo ID, Utility Bill, or other bill that shows you live at the address where you are registering.

Any other time you can register to vote by:

  • Registering online on www.michigan.gov
  • Download and fill out application
  • Visit the Clerk's Office (Tues, Wed 1-4pm, Thurs 9am – 4pm)​

​For more information about registering to vote, visit the Election section of Michigan’s website.

Become a Permanent Absent Voter

As a convenience to Casco voters, a list of permanent absent voters is maintained by the Clerk's Office. As a permanent absentee voter, you receive an application for an Absentee Ballot ahead of each election without having to request it.


To become a permanent Absentee voter just call the Clerk's office or send us a note and we can make you a permanent AV voter.

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​ in 2024


Presidential Primary

February 27, 2024 - Polls open 7:00am-8:00pm

Early voting: February 17-25  9:00am-5:00pm


Special Election

​May 7, 2024 - Polls open 7:00am-8:00pm

No early voting for local election


State Primary

​August 6, 2024 - Polls open 7:00am-8:00pm

​Early voting: July 27 - August 4  9:00am-8:00pm


Presidential Election

​November  5, 2024 - Polls open 7:00-8:00pm

Early voting: August 26 - November 4  9:00am-5:00pm


For questions about elections and voting, call:
Clerk, Cheri Brenner 269-637-4441 Ext 4 or
Dep. Clerk, Kathy Stanton 269-637-4441 Ext 5


Voting in Person

Elections are held at the Casco Township Hall:
7104 107th Ave., South Haven, MI 49090

​Voters need 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 sign an affidavit that your id is not with you that day.


Absentee Voting
Applying for a Ballot
Any registered voter can vote absentee by applying for an Absentee Ballot. 

You can get an application for a ballot by doing any one of the following:

  • call the Clerk’s Office and request one (269-637-4441 Ext. 5)
  • fill the form out online and submit it electronically
  • download & print a .pdf of the application, fill it out and mail it, or bring it into the Clerk's Office.
  • stop by the Clerk’s Office to request one (Tues, Wed 1-4pm, Thurs 9am – 4pm)


Receiving Your Ballot
Once you fill out and submit your application, it will be validated, you signature checked. Once confirmed as a valid application we will send your ballot by mail. If you prefer, you can bring your application to the clerk's office and pick up your ballot. Call to make sure we have ballots before you come in and bring your identification with you.

Returning Your Ballot
Once you have completed your ballot, you need to return it to the Township Clerk by 8pm on election day:

  • United States Postal Service
  • Another delivery service (e.g. FedEx, UPS)
  • Bring it during open office hours (Tues, Wed 1-4pm, Thurs 9am - 4pm)
  • Put it in the drop box in the lobby of the Township Hall (open 24/7)


You can check to make sure your ballot has been receipted in by checking on Michigan.gov under elections

Elections