Elections

Upcoming Election: There are no statewide elections in Michigan this year.

August 2022 - General Primary
November 8 2022 - Mid Term Election

All elections in Fremont Township are held at the following location:

Fremont Township Hall
5980 South Hemlock Road
Hemlock, MI 48626.

To qualify to vote you must be a citizen of the United States, reside in the township for 30 days prior to the election date, and be 18 years of age by the day of the election. Please bring a PICTURE ID with you to the precinct on Election Day. It is the responsibility of all residents, especially if you have never voted in Fremont Township, to make sure you are registered before an election. If you registered by mail or have never voted in Michigan you must vote in person or make a personal appearance to qualify for an absent voter ballot.

If you would like to Register to Vote or Verify your Voter Registration, View a Sample Ballot,
or
Track the Status of your Absentee Ballot online please visit the Michigan Voter Information Center


Application for an Absent Voter Ballot

Anyone may now request an Absent Voter Ballot by contacting the township clerk to have an application mailed to them, or by completing this Application and mailing it to the Fremont Township Clerk.

The Drop Box for Fremont Township Ballots is located at the Clerk’s home office

6755 S. Hemlock Road
Saint Charles, 48655

You may deposit your ballot there at any time.

Notice of Registration
as Published in Saginaw News on April 4, 2021

Notice of Election
as Published in Saginaw News on April 25th

Fremont Township Clerk Contact Information

Ernest Delemeester Jr.
Fremont Township Clerk
6755 South Hemlock Road
Saint Charles, MI 48655

email: fremont.saginaw.clerk@gmail.com

phone: (269) 547-0224

May 4, 2021 Special Election
Deadlines

March 20: Ballots and elections supplies delivered to the Township Clerk. Delivery of Military and Overseas Absent Voter Ballots begins

March 25 - April 13 Election workers (called "inspectors") appointed by the Fremont Township Election Commission

April 5: Notice of Voter Registration for the General Election published by the County Clerk in the Saginaw News

April19: Last day to REGISTER to vote in any manner OTHER THAN IN PERSON with the township clerk for the May Election

April 20 through Election Day: REGISTER IN PERSON with the township clerk with proof of residency*

* proof can be Driver's License, Personal ID, copy of paycheck stub, utility bill, bank statement, or a government document which lists your name and address.

April 27: Notice of Election published by the County Clerk in Saginaw News

April 29: Public Accuracy Test conducted. Notice of Public Accuracy Test published by Township Clerk in the Tri-County Citizen at least 48 hours before test

Up to 5:00 p.m. Friday, April 30: voters may request an Absent Voter Ballot via First Class mail.

Up to 10:00 a.m.Monday, May 3: voters may submit written request to spoil their ballot and receive a new Absent Voter Ballot in the Clerk's Office.

Up to 4:00 p.m. Monday, May 3: voters may appear in person at the Clerk's Office to register and/or request an Absent Voter Ballot.

Up to 4:00 p.m. Tuesday, May 4: EMERGENCY Absent Voter Ballots may be obtained from the Township Clerk

7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. May 4: Election Day! Citizens who have not already submitted an Absent Voter Ballot may vote in person, or may obtain and vote an absent voter ballot in person in the clerk’s office