The Clerks Office
The Clerk has numerous record keeping duties including: all township records, the Board of Trustee minutes, the Ordinance Book, the Book of Oaths, and the voter registration files. In addition to record keeping duties, the Clerk is responsible for conducting all local, State and Federal Elections. The Clerk is also responsible for school district elections, (Littlefield and Petoskey).
Notice of Elections
2021 Scheduled Elections
- May 4, 2021 – May Special Election.
Absent voter ballots are available to registered voters for all elections. They provide a convenient method for casting a ballot when a voter is unable to attend the polls on election day.
Requesting an Absent Voter Ballot
Your request for an absent voter ballot must be in writing and submitted to the township clerk. Voters can also apply online at mvic.sos.state.mi.us and answer/fill out the online Absent Voter Application (Absent voter ballots are sent when applications are approved and ballots are available.)
Littlefield Township does not have a permanent Absent Voter List. A separate application will need to be done for each election but cannot be uploaded from the website more than 75 days prior to an election.
PO Box 295
Conway, MI 49722
- You can register to vote at any of Michigan’s Secretary of State Offices or
- You can complete and mail the following voter registration application to the township clerk:
Absent Voter Ballot Applications
- Applications for Absent Voter Ballots can be found at the Alanson Public Library or
- Applications can be found online at the Michigan Voter Information Center
Information on Elections
- For information on elections you can contact the Township Clerk or
- Election information can be found online at the Michigan Department of State – Bureau of Elections