Lansing voters don’t need to wait until Tuesday to cast their ballots. You can vote, and even register to vote, over the weekend and on Monday in Lansing.
City Clerk Chris Swope is opening the South Washington Election Unit to accept registrations and early ballots. Hours are 10 to 2 on Saturday, noon to 4 on Sunday, and 8 to 4 on Monday.
Proof of residency is required to register to vote.
For people dropping off a ballot, there’s a 24-hour secure drop box during other hours.
The election unit is at 2500 South Washington. Parking is free, and CATA bus route #2 stops there.
Polling places will be open on Tuesday from 7 to 8.
Lansing voters will fill two city-wide at-large council seats, along with seats representing wards 1 and 3.
Check out WKAR's Election 2019 series Roundabout here. You'll find information about city council candidates in both Lansing and East Lansing.