All across Michigan, voters head to the polls Tuesday to cast ballots in national, state and local races. Before you head to your polling place in Berkley or Huntington Woods, take a look at this checklist to make sure you have everything you need to successfully exercise your constitutional right.
All polls are open 7 a.m. until 8 p.m.
Know where you're headed
There are seven precincts (map) in Berkley and five precincts (see attached PDF) in Huntington Woods. If you are unsure of your precinct number, use the Publius guide above.
Bring photo ID
Michigan voters are required to show photo ID, either a driver's license or state-issued ID, at the polls. If you forget, or do not have an acceptable form of ID, you still can vote, but must sign a brief affidavit stating that you're not in possession of a photo ID.
Other forms of ID that will be accepted include:
- Driver's license or personal identification card issued by another state.
- Federal or state government-issued photo identification.
- United States passport.
- Military identification card with photo.
- Student identification with photo, from a high school or an accredited. institution of higher education.
- Tribal identification card with photo.
Check your ballot
Berkley and Huntington Woods voters can expect to receive a double-sided ballot when they arrive at the polls.
Use the form at the top of the page to find your ballot and familiarize yourself with the races and proposals to avoid surprises when you arrive at the polls. Want more specifics on the candidates and proposals? Check Patch's Voter Guide.
Stay with Patch for updates and results
Patch will talk with voters at the polls today and provide results as soon as they are available. Keep this link handy to follow local, state and national results out of Berkley and Huntington Woods.
You can make our coverage that much better by keeping Patch posted on your experience at the polls, too. See a line out the door at your precinct? Snap a photo and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Voting machines not working? Let us know! You also can fill us in and follow the experiences of your neighbors on our Facebook page and Twitter.