Time’s running out…

If you want your voice heard on election day but still haven’t registered to vote, you better get on it — and quick.

Non-registered voters in Detroit – and the rest of Michigan – have until Tuesday, October 10, to turn Voter Registration Applications into their respective county clerks.

Depending on your situation, you may be able to mail the form in. If this is your first time voting, you may have to appear in person at your County Clerk’s office. Not sure who your clerk is or where his or her office is located? Click here.

Don’t know if you’re registered? Click here and check; it takes about 10 seconds. Filling out the application and dropping it in the mail will take about 10 minutes, tops. Giving up your right to vote could impact you for the next 4 – or more – years.

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