The Baroda Voting Precinct is located in the Municipal Building at 9091 First St.
Your vote is important! The State General Election will be held on Tuesday, November 6th. The polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Village Offices will appear on the November ballot
Running for Village President – Bob Getz
Running for Village Council – Leonard Krone, Larry Nye, Michael Price, and Milt Sluder
When voting at the polls it is required to present your valid drivers license or State issued Photo ID to the election workers to verify that you are registered in the Township, Village or School district. Concealed Carry permits are currently not a valid form of photo ID.
Baroda Township and Village elections are administered by the Baroda Township Clerk.
Register to Vote – If you live in Baroda Township or the Village of Baroda you may register to vote at the Township Clerk’s office or print and complete the form here Michigan Voter Registration Form. The form may be mailed, e-mailed, or personally delivered to the Township clerk for processing. Voters must provide their driver’s license when registering.
Absent Voting – You may qualify to vote by absentee ballot if you are 60 years of age or older, physically unable to come to the polls, cannot attend the polls because of religious tenets, expect to be absent from the community the entire time the polls are open on election day, or if you are in jail awaiting arraignment or trial.
An Absent Voter application may be requested from the Township Clerk’s office. Applications are returned to the Clerk for the processing and issuing of a ballot. The Clerk will hold office hours the Saturday before the election from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. , the last day to request an absent voter ballot be sent by mail.
Permanent Absent Voter List – To request to be placed on the Permanent Absent Voter list, please print and complete the form at the link below and deliver to the Baroda Township Clerk. You will automatically be sent an absent voter application for each election. Permanent Absent Voter Request.
Would you be interested in becoming an Election inspector? These are the nice people who work behind the tables on election day. You are paid to attend training every two years and to learn the easy E-Pollbook computer program. You would earn over $100 each election day and be provided with lunch, dinner and snacks. Applications may be submitted to the Township Clerk. Election Inspector Application