Michigan Election Law governs voter registration in Michigan and local voter registrations are consolidated within the State of Michigan’s Qualified Voter File. Information about registering to vote or changing your voter registration is available online through the State of Michigan Voter Information Center by clicking here.
Voter ID Cards
Voter ID Cards can only be obtained from the Township Clerk’s Office. You may request a new voter ID card by phone, in person, or by e-mail. You do not need a voter ID card to vote in any election; however, your voter ID card shows all of your specific voter information, such as where to vote for general or school elections.
If you do not find the information you were looking for above, additional information is available by calling or e-mailing the Clerk’s Office or by clicking on the information listed below.
Freedom of Information Act
The State of Michigan Freedom of Information Act provides citizens with powers to access public information from local government. The Township Clerk is the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) coordinator for DeWitt Charter Township. All requests must be made in writing and submitted to the Clerk’s Office. For your convenience, the FOIA – Procedures and Guidelines and a Freedom of Information Act Request form is available online.
The form is offered to assist you in making a request for information; however, all requests will be handled in accordance with the law. There may be fees related to your FOIA request.
The Clerk’s Office is responsible for maintaining all official records of the Township including ordinances, resolutions, contracts and correspondence. The Clerk also prepares the official minutes of the Board of Trustees meetings. Copies of Township records are available by contacting the Clerk’s Office. At this time, the following information is also available online: