Voter Information

Current elections:

There will be three elections in 2024–Presidential Primary on Tues., Feb. 27; Primary on Tues., Aug. 6 (this covers all other federal, state, and local partisan offices); and General on Tues., Nov. 5.

For the Tuesday, Aug. 6, 2024, Primary, Bellevue Twp. polls will be open 7:00 am to 8:00 pm at the Bellevue High School Aux Gym, at 576 Love Rd., Bellevue. The Absent Voter Counting Board will be held at the Bellevue Twp. Hall, 121 N. Main St., Bellevue, from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm, to count all timely-returned absentee ballot for the 2024 Primary.

In addition to voting at the polls on Election Day and absentee voting, Early Voting will now be offered for all federal and state elections. Early Voting for Bellevue Twp. will be held in cooperation with most other Eaton Co. jurisdictions at the Carmel Twp. Hall for nine days prior to each election. Early voting for the Aug. 6 Primary will be held Sat., July 27 through Sun., Aug. 4 at the Carmel Twp. Hall, 661 Beech Hwy., Charlotte. Close of Polls Tabulation for the Early Voting will take place at 8:00 pm on Tues., Aug. 6 at the Eaton County Clerk’s Office, 1045 Independence Blvd., Charlotte.

If you wish to receive an absentee ballot for all future elections, please contact the clerk for an application to be added to the new permanent mail ballot list. Rather than receiving an application for one or more of the elections every calendar year (as with the old permanent absentee voter list), you will apply once to receive a ballot for each election until you choose to be removed from the list. If you move, you will remain on the list and receive your ballot from your new jurisdiction at your new mailing address. If you move out of state, become ineligible to vote, move and fail to update your address, or fail to vote in six consecutive elections, you will be removed from the list.


Eligible residents may register to vote at the Township office any time during normal business hours, or by appointment with the clerk. Click on the link below for a downloadable .pdf of the MI Voter Registration Form. Registered voters may update residence or contact information with the clerk, as well. They may also register or update voter information by mailing the completed form to Bellevue Twp. Clerk, PO Box 6, Bellevue, MI 49021, or online at the MI Secretary of State website at For more information about voting in Michigan, visit the Michigan Voter Information Center at

MI Voter Registration Application


Bellevue Township is always looking for more Election Inspectors! We can take your application at any time, and will contact you when we’re ready to schedule you for training or for working at an upcoming election. Download the Election Inspector Application below, and mail it or drop it off at the Bellevue Township Office!

MI Election Inspector Application