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​LOCATED ON THE EASTERN TIP OF CHIPPEWA COUNTY, IN THE UPPER PENINSULA OF MICHIGAN.

November 3, 2020

May 5, 2021

August 3, 2021

​November 2, 2021

Complete an Absentee Voter Ballot Application and return it to DeTour Township office. You can print a form from here, or stop in to DeTour Township Office and pick one up.

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The Secretary of State of the State of Michigan governs our elections.

On their website you have access to information regarding:​​

  • Are You Registered
  • Find a Clerk
  • View Ballots
  • Register to Vote

State of Michigan

Absentee Voting

DeTour Village Hall

​260 Superior Street

​DeTour Village MI 49725

​906-297-5471​​

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The Secretary of State also provides information regarding Elections in Michigan:​​

Chippewa County MI maintains election results of each jurisdiction within it's county and publishes results as they are available: ​​

The State of Michigan shows you a sample ballot for any precinct in the State for the upcoming election.

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Susie Baker, DeTour Township Clerk

​260 Superior Street

​DeTour Village MI 49725

​906-297-5304​​

All elections for DeTour Village and DeTour Township residents are held at DeTour Village Hall.

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Polls Are Open

Secretary of State

Where to Vote

​​Village of DeTour  and  DeTour Township
  • Information for Voters
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If you are interested in learning more about the election process here in DeTour, or you are interested in working elections, please contact:


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  • ​Registered Voter Count by County

Working Elections

Polls are open from 7:00am to 8:00pm each election day.

Elections are held on the first Tuesday following the first Monday of the months of May, August and November each year.
​Presidential primaries are held on the second Tuesday in March every 4th year.
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