New polling places announced in Sterling Heights, polling places to follow
Why the change: Changes to county and state electoral districts prompted the change. These changes include a new district boundary map from the Macomb County Commission and new congressional, senate, and house districts as drawn and approved by Michigan’s Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission.
What to expect: Although polling locations have yet to be released, “the electoral districts for most registered voters in Sterling Heights have changed,” according to the city. Residents can see their new electoral district boundaries with the map below.
Important appointments: The new precincts will be in effect for the state primary elections on Tuesday, August 2. General state elections will be held on Tuesday, November 8.
What they say : “We are delighted to make this new map of the constituency available to the public, and we ask for everyone’s patience as we work to complete the next step in the process of updating the constituency information in the database. voter data,” City Clerk Melanie Ryska said. “Each step of the process takes time and care to complete, and we take great pride in ensuring that all of our election information and processes are accurate and secure.”
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