Crystal Sovey
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Theresa Stillwell
Deputy Clerk
EXT. 107
Welcome to the Clerk's Page
Did you know? 
When Americans first started voting, they had a 34-day period in which to get it done—but when Congress eventually designated a specific Election Day in 1845, they did so with farmers in mind. Many people had to travel up to a day to reach their voting locations, so Congress had to keep a two-day window open. Weekends were out because of church, and Wednesdays were no good because many farmers went to market that day. Tuesday basically won by default. We also have farmers to thank for the month in which we vote—November was post-Harvest, but pre-snow.

** Attn Voters: Returning AV ballots by mail requires extra postage totaling 67.5 cents **

2017 Election Dates

May 2, 2017 - Anchor Bay School District - Bond Proposal. Precinct 21 is located at the Great Oaks Elementary School, 32900 24 Mile Rd.
Results: Pass - Yes: 2,762 No: 1,519

May 2, 2017- Algonac Community Schools Sinking Fund Millage Proposal. Precinct II is located at Ira Township Hall.
Results:  Fail- Yes: 1,317 No: 1,347

July 10, 2017 -Last Day to Register for August Election

August 7, 2017 - NO election in Ira Township

October 10, 2017 -Last Day to Register for voting in the November Election

November 7, 2017 - Algonac Community Schools - Non-Homestead Operating Millage

Polling Locations

  • Precinct 1 & 2: Ira Township Hall 7085 Meldrum Rd.
  • Precinct 3: Ira Township Fire Hall 7065 Meldrum Rd.
Ira Township Precinct Map.

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