Registered to Vote?
Visit Are You Registered?
By using this website, you can find out if you are registered to vote. If you find that you are not registered, you can either go to the Michigan Secretary of State’s Office or the City of Adrian, City Clerk’s Office at 135 E. Maumee Street, Adrian, MI 49221.
You can search for voter information by name or by driver’s license number. To search by name you must put in your first name, last name, birth month, birth year and zip code and click on Search. This will give you the location and map of the polling place, the time the polls are open and your precinct number.
The polling location for all federal, state, county, city and school elections for the City of Adrian is located at the Lenawee County Fair and Event Grounds in the Merchant’s Building, 602 N Dean Street. Individual polling stations are set up within the building for each precinct (The City of Adrian has six precincts.)
School Elections Only
The polling location for all school elections for voters that are in the Adrian Public School District is also held at the Lenawee County Fair and Event Grounds in the Merchants Building, 602 N. Dean St., Adrian.
If you are not a City of Adrian Resident you will be able to find out from the person at the information table at the entrance of the Merchants Building, which Precinct your Township falls under.
Absentee Ballots will have to be picked up at the jurisdiction you are registered to vote in. They can no longer be picked up at the City of Adrian. For example: If you are in the Adrian Public School District and live in Adrian Township you must go to the Clerk in Adrian Township to request an absentee ballot. (This change came into effect with the passing of Proposal 3 on the November 2018 ballot.)