Building Power For Black, Brown and Working Detroiters!

Vote August 4th or TODAY & support Candidates standing up for:

  • Affordable Healthcare & Housing
  • Extending COVID Relief for Working Families
  • Criminal Justice Reform & Stopping Over-Incarceration of Black & Brown Lives!

Now more than ever, we need candidates on the county, state and national level who will put our communities first. Please find any of the following on your ballot and vote for:    

  • Rashida Tlaib (U.S. Congress, MI-13)
  • Roslyn Ogburn (Michigan State House, District 9)
  • Gabriella Santiago-Romero (Wayne County Commission, District 4)
  • Victoria Burton-Harris (Wayne County Prosecutor)
  • Donavan McKinney (Michigan State House, District 3)
  • Abraham Aiyash (Michigan State House, District 4)
  • Helena Scott (Michigan State House, District 7)
  • Rev. Kevin Harris (Michigan State House, District 10)

As Metro-Detroit Voters, our voices count! You can mail in your ballot or drop your ballot off @ the following Early Voting locations:

  • Northwest Activity Center 18100 Meyers Road Detroit, MI 48235

  • Farwell Recreation Center 2711 E. Outer Drive Detroit, MI 48234

  • WCCCD Northwest Campus 8200 W. Outer Drive Detroit, MI 48219

  • WCCCD Eastern Campus 5901 Conner St. Detroit, MI 48234

  • Department of Elections 2978 W. Grand Blvd. Detroit, MI 48202

  • WCCCD Downtown Campus 1001 W. Fort Street Detroit, MI 48226

  • Adams Butzel Recreation Complex 10500 Lyndon St Detroit, MI 48238

Know Your Rights!

There are many ways to cast your ballot—including in-person early voting, absentee, and at the polls. You can vote even if you’ve been convicted, as long as you are not currently serving a sentence in jail or prison.

ABSENTEE: If you plan to vote absentee, your absentee ballot must be received IN HAND by your local city clerk by 8 p.m. on Election Day—it’s best to hand-deliver your ballot to a voting center closest to you.

EARLY: You can vote in person any time between now and the August 4th election. Just visit your city clerk’s office or any of the voting centers. For your city clerk’s location, visit and click “Your Clerk.” ELECTION DAY: You are still able to vote at the polls. Election Day is August 4th

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