has 3 voting precincts as of June 1,
Voters Textile Road and South are Precinct
1. Voters North of Textile Road, in Saline School
District, are Precinct 2. Voters encompassing Ann
Arbor and Dexter School Districts are Precinct 3.
All Lodi Township Polling Locations vote at Washtenaw
Farm Council Grounds, 5055 Ann Arbor Saline Road, Building
Trustees include the following officials: Supervisor,
Clerk, Treasurer and 4 at large trustee positions. These
7 positions are the governing board that makes decisions on
the running of the township. The Supervisor is
responsible to run the board meetings, he or she is also the
legal representative for the township among other
duties. The Clerk is in charge of all the records
established by law and administers elections, among other
duties. The Treasurer is in charge of the finances of
the Township, from collecting the taxes to investing the
township funds. The four trustees are charged with
decision making for the township. The trustees may have
other responsibilities as assigned by the board. All of
the board positions are elected for a 4-year term beginning
November 20 of the election year. If you wish anymore
information on a specific office, give the different township
official a call. Each will be happy to discuss their
position responsibilities with you.
Partisan Nominating and Qualifying
(candidates without party affiliation) Petitions for Township
Board positions will be available from the clerk's office
approximately April first in the year of election for
officials (same as presidential year). Partisan petitions are
due to the Township Clerk by 4:00 p.m. the 12th Tuesday before
the August Primary Election, MCL 168.551. Qualifying petitions
for the November General Election shall be filed not later
than 4 p.m. on the 110th (one hundred-tenth) day before the
General Election, MCL 168.590C. Candidates without party
affiliation are not on the August Primary ballot.
for absentee ballots will be mailed for each election for
anyone over 60 years of age that has requested to be put on
the permanent absentee listing. If you would
like to be put on the permanent listing, please email, call or
write the clerk's office to be added to the list. Please
remember you must return the application in order to receive
your ballot. You may bring it to the office in person
during regular business hours, or mail it back. If you
bring your application in person and time permits, a ballot
will be issued to you. Otherwise it will be mailed to
you upon receipt of your application. Please remember
that the ballots must be received back in the clerk’s office
prior to the close of polls on Election Day.
Others that are in need of an
absentee ballot must fill out an application and return it to
the clerk in order to receive a ballot. Please contact
the clerk's office if you would like an application sent to
you for a current election, or click on the link below to fill
out an application and send it to the clerk.
Applications will be available in
the office or through this website at the link below. http://www.michigan.gov/documents/AbsentVoterBallot_105377_7.pdf.
Fill out all information requested, sign in both areas and
mail it back or drop it in the drop box.
If you would be interested in
working at the polls on Election Day, please stop by the
office and fill out an election inspector application.
In order to work at the polls you must attend a 3 hour
training session. The county elections department will
be training sometime before the August Primary, probably mid