Election & Voter Information
central early voting site #19: waterford oaks activity center - 2800 watkins lake rd. waterford, mi 48328
Absent Voter ballot applications can be emailed to email@example.com
If you have questions about the Voter Registration card you've received in the mail, please review this FAQ sheet before you call Township offices.
General information on many aspects of elections, including voter registration, polling locations, and voting equipment is also available from the Voter Information Center.
2024 Election Dates
- February 27, 2024 - Presidential Primary Election
- August 6, 2024 - State Primary Election
- November 5, 2024 - General Election
For more information about applying for an absentee ballot, follow the attached link.
ballot drop box locations
- Orion Township Municipal Complex - 2323 Joslyn Rd. Lake Orion, MI 48360
- Orion Center - 1335 Joslyn Rd. Lake Orion, MI 48360
- The Village of Lake Orion - 21 East Church St. Lake Orion, MI 48362
- Precinct 1: Lake Orion Community of Christ Church, 531 E. Flint St.
- Precinct 2: The Village of Lake Orion, 21 E. Church Street
- Precinct 3: Lake Orion Church of Christ, 1080 Hemingway Road
- Precinct 4: Orion Township Public Library, 825 Joslyn Road
- Precinct 5: Good Shepard Lutheran Church, 1950 S. Baldwin Road
- Precinct 6: The River Church, 3920 S. Baldwin Road
- Precinct 7: The DPW Garage, 2685 Joslyn Court
- Precinct 8: The Orion Center, 1335 Joslyn Road
- Precinct 9: Lake Orion Baptist Church, 255 E. Scripps Road
- Precinct 10: St. Mary's in the Hills Episcopal Church, 2512 Joslyn Court
- Precinct 11: The Orion Center, 1335 Joslyn Road
- Precinct 12: Lake Orion United Methodist Church, 140 E. Flint Street
- Precinct 13: Mount Zion Community House, 4005 S. Baldwin Road
- Precinct 14: King of Kings Lutheran Church, 1715 S. Lapeer Road
- Precinct 15: Orion Township Fire Station #2, 3801 Giddings Road
Representative Districts in Orion Township
- County Commission District 6
- State House District 54
- State Senate District 24
- U.S. Representative District 9
This is a great opportunity to perform a needed service – working at a precinct and earning $200 per election! Please reference the attached FAQ form for further information about becoming an election worker form.
- You must be registered to vote.
- Able to attend training prior to each election.
- Ages 16 and up are also eligible.
Michigan's Online Voter Information Center
Michigan’s online Voter Information Center is available for all Michigan residents to utilize. The site provides information regarding voter registration, polling location, and election-related information. Additional information available from the website includes:
- Are you registered?
- Find your Clerk
- Register to Vote
- Absentee Voting
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Statewide Ballot Proposals
- Candidate Information Links
- Voter Identification
- Ballot Displayed for Current Election
If you were unable to find what you needed on our website, please contact the Clerk's office at (248)391-0304, ext. 1, for additional information.